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Well here's the data, now what?
Stanford researchers found that black and Latino drivers were stopped more often than white drivers, based on less evidence of wrongdoing.
Jasjyot Singh Hans / for NBC News
March 13, 2019, 10:00 AM PDT
By Erik Ortiz
Three years ago, an unmarked police car...
First off, I'd like to thank anyone who actually decides to read all of this. I think this gives a bit of enlightenment on America's current situation from someone with color. I have not been directly affected by the events taking place across the nation, but the negativity going around has...
How Making and Not Making Drug Arrests
Threatened My Police Career
Originally published: January 7, 2015
Immediately after completing NYPD academy training I was assigned to a lower Manhattan precinct training unit.
My first encounter with a public-stoner occurred when I was assigned to a...