Eric Adams thinks he can give the police more power to hunt for guns without making innocent minority men the inevitable target.
Stop and Frisk
The former New York City mayor has never been good at concealing his conviction that he is smarter and better than the rest of us.
The presidential candidate's explanation of his sudden reversal on the issue is utterly implausible.
Joe Biden Is Happy To Talk About Michael Bloomberg's Stop-and-Frisk Record Because It Distracts From His Own Terrible Crime Policies
"The policy was abhorrent," Biden said of Bloomberg's stop-and-frisk program. Yes, but so was pretty much every criminal justice policy Biden pushed through the Senate.
"Stop and frisk" policies are brought into the crosshairs right away.
The presidential candidate’s gun control platform, like his defense of "stop and frisk," sacrifices civil liberties on the altar of public safety.
The former New York mayor is being called a racist for his former support of searching young minorities without cause.
He reversed position only as he decided to run for president and now seems surprised he’s getting asked about it.
The former New York mayor wants us to believe he suddenly realized a program he defended for 17 years was unfair and unconstitutional.
In the unlikely event that the former New York mayor wins the Democratic nomination, the 2020 election will pit a billionaire busybody against a billionaire bully.
It's safe to say this guy would not make a good president.
The former New York mayor's authoritarian record shows he has no real love for America's founding document.
Both New York billionaires overestimate the program's effectiveness and overlook its constitutional defects.
Michael Bloomberg Thinks Charlie Rose, Unlike Random Black Dudes, Deserves a 'Presumption of Innocence'
The former New York mayor defends his stop-and-frisk policy while suggesting the famous TV host did not get a fair hearing.
The Attorney General approvingly discussed my article linking the dramatic decline in street stops in Chicago under an ACLU agreement and the subsequent homicide spike. While Professor John Rappaport has a different take on this "ACLU Effect," his unsupported analysis does not fit the data.
London's got a homicide problem, but leaders insist it's being caused by the tools.
A class-action federal civil rights lawsuit argues the Milwaukee Police Department's suspicionless stop-and-frisk practices are unconstitutional.
Taxpayers will foot the bill for the vicious beating of 19-year-old Jateik Reed, which started with an illegal stop-and-frisk.
Ending suspicionless searches didn't cause crime to rise in New York City.
Matt Welch discusses that plus Donald Trump's policing ideas on FBN's Kennedy tonight at 8 pm ET
Running may "just as easily be motivated by desire to avoid the recurring indignity of being racially profiled as by desire to hide criminal activity."
Editorial board concedes that the heated rhetoric around curtailing unconstitutional stops did not lead to an end of effective policing.
Criminal justice reform policies only work if police officers are aware of them.
Somebody tried to have a police shooting incident deleted entirely.
His Criminal Alien Removal Initiative is brutal and hypocritical.
It's an incompetent and evil agency. Shutting it down will halt the spread of its notorious new stop-and-frisk CARI program.
The last roadblock to ending the program.
The unions argue that the ruling had hurt police officers' reputations and that the proposed reforms could impede their ability to do their jobs.
Don't want the rulings left in place