Myth #3: Stop-and-Frisks Lead to Arrests
The Truth: From 2006 to 2010, within a perimeter of about eight blocks of Brownsville, Brooklyn, the New York Police Department made 52,000 stops, with less than 1 percent of stops resulting in an arrest.
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