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Police Tactics And Crime

Even as big cities are enjoying historically low crime rates, certain police tactics are still generating heated debate. While some, including New York's mayor, credit the drops in part to aggressive use of "Stop and Frisk," critics say these "dragnets" lead to racial profiling. One law professor says "Stop and Frisk" might even be doing harm, damaging the trust between residents and law enforcement that is key to more targeted policing. We explore the issues.

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