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STOP-AND-FRISK 2011

NYCLU BRIEFING
The February 1999 shooting death of Amadou Diallo by police officers in the NYPDs Street
Crimes Unit triggered a broad public controversy about racial profiling and stop-and-frisk that
continues to this day. Not only did the shooting prompt widespread protests, but it led the New
York State Attorney Generals Office to conduct a detailed study of NYPD stop-and-frisk
activity and led the New York City Council to enact legislation requiring the Police Department
to provide quarterly reports about stop-and-frisk activity.

Following a lapse of several years without any NYPD reporting, repeated requests from the New
York Civil Liberties Union and others forced the Department to disclose in March 2007 that
stops had mushroomed from 97,296 in 2002 to more than 500,000 in 2006. Since then, the
NYCLU has released quarterly reports compiled by the NYPD revealing that stops have
continued to increase dramatically, with the nearly 700,000 stops last year being seven times as
many stops as in 2002.

Beyond the quarterly paper reports, the NYPD also maintains a computerized database of its
stop-and-frisk program. Having successfully sued the NYPD to obtain the database, the NYCLU
can provide a much more detailed picture of the stop-and-frisk program than is provided by the
quarterly reports. While those reports are largely limited to providing basic numbers about stops,
summonses (tickets), and arrests each quarter, the database allows one to analyze the stop-andfrisk program for the entire year and to examine in detail stops, frisks, the use of force, and the
recovery of weapons. Analyzing the database also provides detailed information at a precinct
level and allows one to look much more closely at race-related aspects of stop-and-frisk.
In this report the NYCLU provides a detailed picture of the NYPDs stop-and-frisk program in
2011. This report examines stops, frisks, force, race, the recovery of weapons, and the treatment
of the hundreds of thousands of innocent people stopped last year.

May 9, 2012

DATA HIGHLIGHTS

The 685,724 stops in 2011 (an increase of 14 percent from 2010) were spread unevenly
amongst the citys 76 precincts, with the 75th Precinct (East New York) leading the city
with 31,100 stops. Setting aside the Central Park Precinct (22nd), the 94th Precinct
(Greenpoint) had the fewest stops at 2,023.
In 70 out of 76 precincts, black and Latino New Yorkers accounted for more than 50
percent of stops, and in 33 precincts they accounted for more than 90 percent of stops. In
the 10 precincts with the lowest black and Latino populations (such as the 6th Precinct in
Greenwich Village), blacks and Latinos accounted for more than 70 percent of stops in
six of those precincts.
Young black and Latino men were the targets of a hugely disproportionate number of
stops. Though they account for only 4.7 percent of the citys population, black and Latino
males between the ages of 14 and 24 accounted for 41.6 percent of stops in 2011. The
number of stops of young black men exceeded the entire city population of young black
men (168,126 as compared to 158,406). Ninety percent of young black and Latino men
stopped were innocent.
Though frisks are to be conducted only when an officer reasonably suspects the person
has a weapon that might endanger officer safety, 55.7 percent of those stopped were
frisked. Of those frisked, a weapon was found only 1.9 percent of the time.
Frisks varied enormously by precinct, with officers in the 46th Precinct in the Bronx
frisking people 80.4 percent of the time, as compared to a low of 27.5 percent in the 17th
Precinct on the East Side of Manhattan.
Black and Latino New Yorkers were more likely to be frisked than whites and, among
those frisked, were less likely to be found with a weapon.
In 2011 as compared to 2003 (the earliest year a gun recovery figure is available), the
NYPD conducted 524,873 more stops but recovered only 176 more guns. This amounts
to an additional recovery rate of three one-hundredths of one percent.
Of the 605,328 stops of innocent people in 2011, 53.6 percent were frisked. The 75th
Precinct led the city in stops of innocent people with 27,672 such stops. Excluding the
Central Park Precinct, the 94th Precinct had the fewest with 1,843.

I. OVERVIEW
As the NYCLU previously disclosed, the NYPD conducted nearly 700,000 stops in 2011. The
total of 685,724 stops marked an increase of 84,439 (14 percent) stops from 2010. During the 10
years of the Bloomberg administration, there have been 4,356,927 stops. Annual stops have been
as follows:

Stop-and-Frisk
Number of Stops Over Time

685,724

700,000
581,168

600,000

506,491

500,000

601,285

540,302

398,191
472,096

400,000

313,523

300,000
160,851

200,000
97,296

100,000
0
2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

The number of stops in 2011 varied widely by precinct. The 75th Precinct (East New York) led
the city with 31,100 stops. Excluding the Central Park Precinct (22nd), the 94th Precinct
(Greenpoint) had the fewest stops at 2,023. The top and bottom five precincts are as follows:
Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Total Stops

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Stops

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Stops

75

East New York, Starret City*

31,100

50

Riverdale, Fieldston, Kingsbridge*

2,683

73

Brownsville, Ocean Hill*

25,167

17

Kipps Bay, Murray Hill, Turtle Bay

2,060

115

Jackson Heights*

18,156

123

Tottenville, Bay Terrace

2,027

40

Mott Haven, Melrose*

17,690

94

Greenpoint

2,023

90

Williamsburg

17,566

22

Central Park

1,416

*Majority black and Latino precincts.

When stops are measured as a percentage of precinct populations, there again is a wide range

among precincts. Setting aside one atypical precinct,1 the 73rd Precinct (Brownsville) had the
greatest percentage of stops as measured against its population with stops representing 29.1
percent of the total population, while the 66th Precinct (Borough Park) had the lowest percentage
at 2 percent. The top and bottom five precincts are as follows:
Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Total Stops as a Percentage of the Population

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Stops

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Stops

73

Brownsville, Ocean Hill*

29.1%

19

Upper East Side

2.5%

23

East Harlem (south)*

23.9%

62

Bensonhurst

2.4%

81

BedStuy (east)*

21.8%

68

Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights

2.3%

41

Hunts Point*

21.7%

123

Tottenville, Bay Terrace

2.1%

25

East Harlem (north)*

20.9%

66

Borough Park, Kensington

2.0%

*Majority black and Latino precincts. Central Park excluded due to lack of demographic data.

As in past years, the most common reason given in 2011 for stops was furtive movement, with
officers identifying this as a reason in more than half of all stops (51.3 percent, or 351,739
stops). The reasons identified for stops in 2011 break down as follows:
Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Reasons for a Stop

Reason
furtive movements
casing a victim or location
acting as a lookout
fits a relevant description
violent crime suspected
suspicious bulge
actions of a drug transaction
clothes commonly used in a crime
carrying a suspicious object
other

Stops
351,739
222,960
124,738
108,918
71,676
55,063
50,220
31,555
16,328
112,970

% of Total Stops
51.3%
32.5%
18.2%
15.9%
10.5%
8.0%
7.3%
4.6%
2.4%
16.5%

Note: An officer may check more than one reason for a stop.

The precinct with the highest stop percentage when measured against population is the Midtown South Precinct
(14th) in the Times Square area, with a stop percentage of 51.6 percent. Because this precinct sees enormous influxes
of people who are not residents, however, the NYCLU has excluded this precinct from this particular analysis (but
only from this analysis).

It is notable that violent crime suspected was a reason listed in only 10.5 percent of stops. The
NYPD routinely argues that the disproportionate number of stops of black people is justified
because blacks are disproportionately involved in violent crimes. Given that nearly 90 percent of
stops have nothing to do with a suspected violent crime, the race of those involved in violent
crime generally cannot explain the disproportionate number of black New Yorkers stopped every
year.

As has been true throughout the Bloomberg administration, black and Latino New Yorkers were
overwhelmingly the targets of stop-and-frisk activity in 2011. Of the 685,724 stops last year,
350,743 (52.9 percent) 2 were of blacks, and 223,740 (33.7 percent) were of Latinos. Conversely,
whites accounted for only 61,805 (9.3 percent) of the stops.

In 70 out of 76 precincts blacks and Latinos accounted for more than half of all stops. Led by the
46th and 42nd Precincts in the Bronx with 98.5 percent of black and Latino stops, there were 33
precincts where more than 90 percent of those stopped were black and Latino. By contrast, the
lowest percentage was in the 123rd Precinct (Tottenville on Staten Island) where 14.8 percent of
2

In a negligible number of cases, race and age information is not recorded in the database. Throughout this report,
percentages of race and age are percentages of those cases where race and age are recorded, not of all stops.

those stopped were black or Latino. The top and bottom five precincts are as follows:

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Black and Latino Stops as a Percentage of Total Stops

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Black,
Latino

46

Univ Hts, Morris Hts, Fordham*

98.5%

61

Sheepshead Bay

47.2%

42

Morrisania, Corona Park East*

98.5%

62

Bensonhurst

40.4%

40

Mott Haven, Melrose*

98.4%

68

Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights

37.4%

44

Concourse, Highbridge*

98.1%

122

New Dorp, Todt Hill, Bloomfield

34.6%

67

East Flatbush*

98.1%

123

Tottenville, Bay Terrace

14.8%

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Black, Latino

*Majority black and Latino precincts.

The NYPD often seeks to justify the high percentage of stops of black and Latino New Yorkers
by contending that those high percentages merely reflect the concentration of stop-and-frisk
activity in high-crime precincts that are black and Latino. While there are many responses to this
contention that are beyond the scope of this report, the 2011 data are striking in what they reveal
about the large percentages of blacks and Latinos being stopped in precincts that have substantial
percentages of white residents.
For instance, the population of the 17th Precinct, which covers the East Side of Manhattan, has
the lowest percentage of black and Latino residents in the city at 7.8 percent, yet 71.4 percent of
those stopped in the precinct were black or Latino. Similarly, the 6th Precinct, covering
Greenwich Village, is 8 percent black and Latino, yet 76.6 percent of stops in that precinct were
of blacks and Latinos. The figures for the 10 precincts with the lowest black and Latino
populations are as follows:

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Stops in the 10 Lowest Black and Latino Precincts

Black, Latino Population*

Black, Latino Stops

(out of total residents)

(out of total stops)

Kipps Bay, Murray Hill, Turtle Bay

7.8%

71.4%

Greenwich Village, Soho

8.0%

76.6%

19

Upper East Side

9.0%

71.0%

123

Tottenville, Bay Terrace

9.4%

14.8%

Financial District, Tribeca

10.0%

75.7%

61

Sheepshead Bay

11.5%

47.2%

111

Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck

12.1%

47.6%

20

Upper West Side (south)

12.1%

71.6%

13

Gramercy, Stuyvesant Town

13.8%

71.4%

62

Bensonhurst

14.1%

40.4%

Precinct

Neighborhoods

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*Population data from the 2010 Census.

Young black and Latino males were the targets of a hugely disproportionate number of stops in
2011. While black and Latino males between the ages of 14 and 24 account for only 4.7 percent
of the citys population, they accounted for 41.6 percent of those stopped. By contrast, white
males between the ages 14 and 24 make up 2 percent of the citys population but accounted for
3.8 percent of stops. Remarkably, the number of stops of young black men last year actually
exceeded the total number of young black men in the city (168,126 as compared to 158,406).

II. FRISKS AND FORCE


Though the term stop-and-frisk is often used, stops and frisks are two separate acts that involve
two different levels of required legal justification. To stop a person, a police officer must have
reasonable suspicion the person has committed, is committing, or is about to commit an unlawful
act. To frisk a person, however, the officer must have reason to believe the person stopped has a
weapon that poses a threat to the officers safety, a higher and more specific standard.

Data from 2011 stops indicate that NYPD officers are routinely frisking people without
suspicion that the person has a weapon. Of the 685,724 stops last years, officers conducted frisks
in 381,704 of them, or 55.7 percent of all stops.3 While this figure alone strongly suggests that
officers are engaging in far too many frisks, the concern that officers are unjustifiably frisking
people is clearly demonstrated by the fact that weapons were found in only 1.9 percent of the
instances in which frisks were conducted in 2011.

The number of frisks and frisk rates varied enormously by precinct. The precinct with the most
frisks was the 75th Precinct in Brooklyn with 16,802, while (setting aside the Central Park
Precinct) the precinct with the fewest was the 17th Precinct on the East Side of Manhattan with
566. The precinct with the highest frisk rate was the 46th Precinct in the Bronx, where 80.4
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In 58,363 stops (8.5 percent of all stops), officers conducted full searches of the person stopped.

percent of stops had frisks; at the bottom was the 17th Precinct, with a frisk rate of 27.5 percent.
The top and bottom five precincts in frisks and frisk rates are as follows:
Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Number of Frisks

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Frisks

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Frisks

75

East New York, Starret City*

16,802

94

Greenpoint

1,050

73

Brownsville, Ocean Hill*

13,338

18

Midtown, Theatre District

1,007

44

Concourse, Highbridge*

13,137

123

Tottenville, Bay Terrace

791

115

Jackson Heights*

13,058

17

Kipps Bay, Murray Hill, Turtle Hill

566

40

Mott Haven, Melrose*

11,114

22

Central Park

444

*Majority black and Latino precincts.

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Frisks as a Percentage of Total Stops

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Frisks

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Frisks

46

Univ Hts, Morris Hts, Fordham*

80.4%

22

Central Park

31.4%

44

Concourse, Highbridge*

77.7%

84

Brooklyn Hts, DUMBO, Boerum Hill

31.3%

101

Far Rockaway*

76.8%

20

Upper West Side (south)

30.5%

110

Elmhurst, South Corona*

72.8%

18

Midtown, Theatre District

27.7%

115

Jackson Heights*

71.9%

17

Kipps Bay, Murray Hill, Turtle Bay

27.5%

*Majority black and Latino precincts.

Given that far more black and Latino New Yorkers were stopped in 2011, one would expect that
more blacks and Latinos would be frisked, and that was true. Of the 381,704 frisks, 330,638
(89.2 percent) were of blacks and Latinos. By contrast, only 27,341 frisks (7.4 percent) were of
whites.

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Frisks by Race

250,000
202,925
200,000
150,000

127,713

100,000
50,000

27,341

0
Black

Latino

White

12,692
Asian,

What one would not expect and what raises further concerns about racial bias in the NYPDs
stop-and-frisk program is that blacks and Latinos were more likely to be frisked and, among
those frisked, are far less likely to be found with a weapon. Of blacks and Latinos who were
stopped, 57.5 percent were frisked, while 44.2 percent of whites who were stopped were frisked.
Yet, a weapon was found in only 1.8 percent of blacks and Latinos frisked, as compared to a
weapon being found in 3.8 percent of whites frisked. These figures strongly indicate that race is a
factor in officer decisions to frisk a person.

In some circumstances, officers are authorized to use physical force in conjunction with a stop.
On the form officers complete in conjunction with stops (known as a UF-250), they are to
indicate if force is used and, if it is, to check one of the following boxes: hands on suspect,
suspect on ground, pointing firearm at suspect, handcuffing suspect, suspect against wall/car,
drawing firearm, baton, pepper spray, and other. In 148,079 of recorded stops (21.6 percent) in
2011, at least one act of force was recorded. In many cases more than one act of force was used,
with a total of 179,707 acts of force being used in those 148,079 stops. The incidents of force
used in 2011 break down as follows:

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Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Incidents of Physical Force

Type of Force
hands on suspect
handcuffing suspect
suspect against wall/car
suspect on ground
pointing firearm at suspect
drawing firearm
pepper spray
baton
other
Total

Incidents
126,406
23,070
20,854
2,384
1,748
1,230
107
87
3,821
179,707

% of Total Incidents
70.3%
12.8%
11.6%
1.3%
1.0%
0.7%
0.1%
0.0%
2.1%
100.0%

Note: An officer may use more than one type of force during a stop.
These incidents represent each use of force and do not reflect the number of stops where force was used.

The use of force varied widely across the city. In terms of number of acts of force, the 44th
Precinct in the Bronx had the most with 8,413, while the Central Park Precinct (the 22nd) had the
fewest at 119. In terms of frequency of force being used, it was most common in the 46th
Precinct in the Bronx, where force was used in 57.7 percent of stops. By contrast, force was used
in only 4.7 percent of stops in the 111th Precinct in Queens (Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck).
The top and bottom five precincts by force used and force rates are as follows:

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Number of Stops Where Force Was Used

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Force

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Force

44

Concourse, Highbridge*

8,413

62

Bensonhurst

255

46

Univ Hts, Morris Hts, Fordham*

7,917

94

Greenpoint

255

115

Jackson Heights*

7,470

111

Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck

218

75

East New York, Starret City*

6,119

123

Tottenville, Bay Terrace

124

32

Central Harlem (north)*

5,805

22

Central Park

119

*Majority black and Latino precincts.

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Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Stops Where Force Was Used as a Percentage of Total Stops

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Force

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Force

46

Univ Hts, Morris Hts, Fordham*

57.7%

88

Fort Greene, Clinton Hill*

6.7%

44

Concourse, Highbridge*

49.8%

90

Williamsburg

6.4%

32

Central Harlem (south)*

45.1%

123

Tottenville, Bay Terrace

6.1%

115

Jackson Heights*

41.1%

62

Bensonhurst

5.8%

52

Bedford Pk, Fordham, Norwood*

38.9%

111

Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck

4.7%

*Majority black and Latino precincts.

Far more black and Latino New Yorkers had force used against them in 2011 than did whites
(129,590 as compared to 9,765). This is not simply the result of more blacks and Latinos being
stopped. Rather, NYPD data show that blacks and Latinos who are stopped are significantly
more likely to have force used against them than are whites, as shown by the chart below:

Stop-and-Frisk 2011

Percentage of Stops Resulting in Force Used

25.0%

22.5%

20.0%

15.8%

15.0%
10.0%
5.0%
0.0%
Black, Latino

White

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III. GUN RECOVERY

The NYPD has increasingly sought to justify the large number of stops on the grounds that the
stop-and-frisk program is critically important to recovering guns. In making this claim, the
Department has noted that in 2011 stop-and-frisk resulted in the recovery of 780 guns.
The Departments citation to the 780 figure is significantly misleading, however, when used in
attempt to justify the increase in stops during the Bloomberg administration. In truth, while the
number of stops has increased enormously since 2003 (the earliest year for which a gun recovery
figure is available), the number of additional weapons being recovered as a result of those
additional stops is tiny, as shown in the following graphs:

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Comparing 2011 to 2003 illustrates this point. In 2003 the Department recovered 604 guns when
it conducted 160,851 stops. In 2011 the Department conducted an additional 524,873 stops (for a
total of 685,724). Yet those additional stops yielded only 176 more guns than were recovered in
2003 (780 compared to 604).

The additional half-million plus stops saw a gun recovery rate of only three one-hundredths of
one percent. Cast somewhat differently, stops in 2003 resulted in one gun recovered for every
266 people stopped. The additional 524,873 stops in 2011 (above the 2003 level) resulted in just
one gun recovered for every 2,982 additional people stopped.

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IV. STOPS OF INNOCENT PEOPLE

Of the 685,724 stops in 2011, 605,328 were of people who had engaged in no unlawful behavior
as evidenced by the fact they were not issued a summons nor arrested. Of those, 310,390 were
black (53.1 percent), 197,251 Latino (33.7 percent), and 53,726 white (9.2 percent). Young black
and Latino males bore the brunt of these stops, accounting for 242,317 stops of innocent people
(42.9 percent).

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Innocent Stops by Race

350,000

310,390

300,000
250,000

197,251

200,000
150,000
100,000

53,726

50,000

23,669

0
Black

Latino

White

Asian, Am. Indian

In the 75th Precinct in Brooklyn, there were 27,672 stops of innocent people, the highest number
of any precinct in the city. By contrast, the 1,843 stops of innocent people in the 94th Precinct
(Greenpoint) marked the lowest number of any precinct in the city (excluding the Central Park
Precinct). The top and bottom five precincts are as follows:
Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Number of Innocent Stops

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Force

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Force

75

East New York, Starret City*

27,672

50

Riverdale, Fieldston, Kingsbridge*

2,141

73

Brownsville, Ocean Hill*

22,365

17

Kipps Bay, Murray Hill, Turtle Bay

1,909

115

Jackson Heights*

16,576

123

Tottenville, Bay Terrace

1,844

90

Williamsburg

16,314

94

Greenpoint

1,843

23

East Harlem (south)*

15,969

22

Central Park

1,252

*Majority black and Latino precincts.

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The highest percentage of stops that were of innocent people came in the 72nd Precinct (Sunset
Park, Windsor Terrace), where 94.4 percent of people stopped were innocent. The lowest
percentage was in the 32nd Precinct (Central Harlem), though even there 74.6 percent of the stops
were of innocent people. The top and bottom five precincts are as follows:

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Innocent Stops as a Percentage of Total Stops

Top 5

Bottom 5

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Force

Precinct

Neighborhoods

Force

72

Sunset Park, Windsor Terrace

94.4%

East Village

81.1%

67

East Flatbush*

93.9%

88

Fort Greene, Clinton Hill*

80.7%

69

Canarsie*

92.9%

24

Upper West Side (north)

80.5%

90

Williamsburg

92.9%

50

Riverdale, Fieldston, Kingsbridge*

79.8%

17

Kipps Bay, Murray Hill, Turtle Bay

92.7%

32

Central Harlem (north)*

74.6%

*Majority black and Latino precincts.

More than half of the innocent people stopped were frisked (324,700, or 53.6 percent), and
nearly 20 percent of them had force used against them (119,163, or 19.7 percent).

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Stop-and Frisk 2011


APPENDIX
Total Stops
685,724
40,883
350,743
223,740
61,805
626,830
346,226
768

total
arrests
black
Latino
white
men
ages 14-24
guns found

6.0%
52.9%
33.7%
9.3%
93.1%
50.7%
0.1%

Frisks
381,704
34,560
202,925
127,713
27,341
359,871
209,807
7,249
718

Searches
total
arrests
black
Latino
white
men
ages 14-24
weapons found
guns found

55.7%
9.1%
54.7%
34.5%
7.4%
95.8%
55.2%
1.9%
0.2%

58,363
25,880
29,551
19,249
5,719
54,092
29,267
5,666
640

Force
148,079
19,360
76,483
53,107
9,765
138,727
80,023
530

8.5%
44.3%
52.0%
33.9%
10.1%
93.9%
50.3%
9.7%
1.1%

Innocent Stops (no arrest or summons)


total
arrests
black
Latino
white
men
ages 14-24
guns found

21.6%
13.1%
53.1%
36.9%
6.8%
95.2%
54.3%
0.4%

605,328
310,390
197,251
53,726
554,758
310,112
324,700
119,163

NYC Population
8,185,314
1,875,108
2,346,883
2,717,796
3,885,589
1,278,233

total
arrests
black
Latino
white
men
ages 14-24
weapons found
guns found

total
black
Latino
white
men
ages 14-24

22.9%
28.7%
33.2%
47.5%
15.6%

source: 2010 American Community Survey

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total
black
Latino
white
men
ages 14-24
frisks
force used

88.3%
53.1%
33.7%
9.2%
93.3%
51.5%
53.6%
19.7%

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Total Stops by Precinct Ranking
Stops
as a Percentage of the Population

Number of Stops
Precinct

Stops

Rank

Precinct

% of Population*

Rank

75

31,100

14

51.6%

73

25,167

73

29.1%

115
40
90
23
43
103
44
120
83
79
46
81
52
67
109
32
42
113
70
101
34
77
41
47
110
14
114
60
25
105
122
102
28
106
49
88
30
33
72
104
61
69
71

18,156
17,690
17,566
17,498
17,281
17,152
16,903
16,490
15,021
14,495
13,718
13,651
13,648
13,093
12,864
12,859
12,414
12,359
12,304
11,576
11,548
11,405
11,329
10,936
10,795
10,665
10,343
9,952
9,926
9,791
9,535
9,486
8,738
8,643
8,495
7,734
7,550
7,041
6,977
6,874
6,620
6,117
6,014

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

23
81
41
25
28
40
32
101
75
103
79
42
88
90
83
30
77
44
84
46
100
76
115
113
34
26
43
52
60
120
33
67
70
7
49
69
47
106
9
18
102
48
110

23.9%
21.8%
21.7%
20.9%
19.5%
19.3%
18.1%
17.3%
17.0%
16.2%
16.1%
15.6%
15.0%
15.0%
13.3%
12.4%
11.8%
11.5%
10.8%
10.7%
10.7%
10.7%
10.6%
10.3%
10.3%
10.1%
10.0%
9.8%
9.5%
9.4%
9.1%
8.4%
7.7%
7.4%
7.4%
7.2%
7.2%
7.1%
7.0%
6.7%
6.6%
6.3%
6.3%

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Precinct

Stops

Rank

108
107
9
45
48
13
19
20
84
100
26
24
111
76
63
62
7
66
18
1
78
112
5
10
6
68
50
17
123
94
22

5,860
5,583
5,367
5,362
5,265
5,252
5,250
5,237
5,214
5,112
4,991
4,918
4,680
4,659
4,585
4,385
4,177
3,827
3,633
3,626
3,555
3,407
3,118
3,089
2,954
2,890
2,683
2,060
2,027
2,023
1,416

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

18

Precinct

% of Population*

Rank

10
71
5
78
13
72
1
109
105
108
20
114
122
6
24
45
63
61
104
111
107
94
112
50
17
19
62
68
123
66
22

6.2%
6.1%
5.9%
5.8%
5.6%
5.5%
5.4%
5.2%
5.2%
5.2%
5.1%
5.1%
4.9%
4.7%
4.6%
4.4%
4.2%
4.1%
4.0%
4.0%
3.7%
3.6%
3.0%
2.6%
2.6%
2.5%
2.4%
2.3%
2.1%
2.0%
-

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
-

*Population data from the


2010 Census.

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Black and Latino Stops by Precinct Ranking
Black and Latino Stops
as a Percentage of Total Stops

Black and Latino Stops


Precinct

Stops

Rank

Precinct

% of Total Stops

Rank

75

28,850

46

98.5%

73

23,748

42

98.5%

40
23
115
43
44
90
103
46
79
83
81
120
32
52
67
42
113
101
70
77
41
47
34
110
25
28
105
109
14
60
114
49
88
30
33
72
102
71
69
104
26
48
106

17,101
16,434
16,124
15,835
15,771
15,343
15,142
13,457
13,322
13,198
12,785
12,720
12,437
12,424
12,179
11,689
11,493
11,025
10,756
10,737
10,319
10,276
9,892
9,630
9,171
8,361
8,267
8,114
8,034
7,441
7,244
7,029
6,856
6,810
6,501
6,159
6,116
5,819
5,806
4,668
4,649
4,576
4,449

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

40
44
67
101
32
73
81
41
71
28
47
43
23
75
25
52
34
77
30
69
33
113
26
79
48
83
115
88
70
103
110
72
105
90
50
24
63
49
84
7
45
10
120

98.4%
98.1%
98.1%
98.0%
97.9%
97.9%
97.6%
97.2%
97.1%
96.9%
96.8%
96.6%
96.5%
96.4%
96.1%
95.7%
95.6%
95.4%
95.3%
95.1%
95.1%
94.8%
94.4%
94.4%
93.8%
93.2%
92.2%
91.8%
91.3%
90.8%
90.3%
89.3%
88.5%
88.3%
87.8%
87.3%
86.6%
85.7%
82.4%
80.6%
79.8%
79.4%
79.2%

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Precinct

Stops

Rank

24
84
45
100
63
108
107
9
20
13
19
76
7
122
61
1
18
78
10
50
66
6
111
5
112
62
17
94
68
22
123

4,235
4,193
4,038
4,009
3,937
3,880
3,803
3,721
3,690
3,635
3,525
3,514
3,255
3,130
3,065
2,711
2,703
2,662
2,389
2,338
2,334
2,164
2,153
2,091
1,824
1,750
1,375
1,177
1,078
1,053
294

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

19

Precinct

% of Total Stops

Rank

78
100
14
76
6
18
1
22
60
114
9
107
20
13
17
5
19
104
102
108
66
109
94
112
106
111
61
62
68
122
123

78.9%
78.6%
77.8%
77.3%
76.6%
76.0%
75.7%
75.3%
75.0%
74.4%
72.5%
71.6%
71.6%
71.4%
71.4%
71.1%
71.0%
69.1%
67.8%
67.1%
64.7%
63.6%
60.2%
56.2%
53.9%
47.6%
47.2%
40.4%
37.4%
34.6%
14.8%

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Black and Latino Stops by the Black and Latino Population
Black and Latino Stops
by the Black and Latino Population
Precinct

Black and Latino Population*

Black and Latino Stops

17

7.8%

71.4%

8.0%

76.6%

19
123
1
61
111
20
13
62
122
66
5
68
112
14
109
94
18
78
10
84
60
107
9
24
76
104
108
114
90
100
7
106
26
72
102
120
70
63
50
110
88
45
49

9.0%
9.4%
10.0%
11.5%
12.1%
12.1%
13.8%
14.1%
14.1%
15.3%
15.6%
15.8%
16.0%
17.2%
18.9%
19.2%
21.3%
23.5%
24.6%
24.9%
29.6%
29.6%
31.1%
32.6%
35.8%
36.0%
36.5%
37.2%
38.7%
39.2%
40.0%
40.3%
45.3%
48.4%
49.2%
50.4%
51.1%
51.4%
54.6%
57.6%
58.5%
58.9%
62.8%

71.0%
14.8%
75.7%
47.2%
47.6%
71.6%
71.4%
40.4%
34.6%
64.7%
71.1%
37.4%
56.2%
77.8%
63.6%
60.2%
76.0%
78.9%
79.4%
82.4%
75.0%
71.6%
72.5%
87.3%
77.3%
69.1%
67.1%
74.4%
88.3%
78.6%
80.6%
53.9%
94.4%
89.3%
67.8%
79.2%
91.3%
86.6%
87.8%
90.3%
91.8%
79.8%
85.7%

Precinct

Black and Latino Population*

Black and Latino Stops

105
115
103
34
101
23
28
71
77
79
52
33
30
83
25
47
22
75
43
69
48
32
81
113
67
44
46
73
40
41
42

67.0%
70.4%
71.1%
73.6%
74.5%
75.6%
77.0%
77.3%
77.5%
78.8%
84.1%
85.2%
85.3%
85.5%
87.8%
88.0%
88.0%
88.3%
88.5%
89.3%
90.1%
90.3%
92.7%
92.8%
95.2%
95.4%
95.5%
96.3%
96.8%
96.9%
97.0%

88.5%
92.2%
90.8%
95.6%
98.0%
96.5%
96.9%
97.1%
95.4%
94.4%
95.7%
95.1%
95.3%
93.2%
96.1%
96.8%
75.3%
96.4%
96.6%
95.1%
93.8%
97.9%
97.6%
94.8%
98.1%
98.1%
98.5%
97.9%
98.4%
97.2%
98.5%

*Population data from the 2010 Census.

20

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Frisks by Precinct Ranking
Frisks
as a Percentage of Total Stops

Number of Frisks
Precinct

Frisks

Rank

Precinct

% of Total Stops

Rank

75

16,802

46

80.4%

73

13,338

44

77.7%

44
115
40
23
46
43
103
52
32
101
83
42
109
81
120
110
79
90
41
47
70
67
114
113
25
77
34
60
105
102
104
49
28
122
88
30
33
61
106
14
48
108
72

13,137
13,058
11,114
11,071
11,027
9,749
9,164
9,145
9,065
8,890
8,852
8,762
8,597
8,177
7,949
7,854
7,170
6,921
6,894
6,640
6,531
6,431
6,414
6,362
6,322
6,204
5,672
5,608
5,442
5,191
4,747
4,601
4,184
4,016
3,989
3,987
3,892
3,797
3,796
3,613
3,552
3,221
3,203

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

101
110
115
42
32
104
48
52
109
63
25
23
40
114
41
47
81
7
112
83
26
61
111
43
60
105
33
108
102
77
49
75
103
70
73
30
9
100
107
94
88
113
71

76.8%
72.8%
71.9%
70.6%
70.5%
69.1%
67.5%
67.0%
66.8%
66.7%
63.7%
63.3%
62.8%
62.0%
60.9%
60.7%
59.9%
59.0%
59.0%
58.9%
57.4%
57.4%
56.8%
56.4%
56.4%
55.6%
55.3%
55.0%
54.7%
54.4%
54.2%
54.0%
53.4%
53.1%
53.0%
52.8%
52.6%
52.2%
52.2%
51.9%
51.6%
51.5%
51.4%

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Precinct

Frisks

Rank

71
63
69
107
26
9
100
111
7
45
13
112
24
76
19
84
62
20
66
1
10
78
6
5
50
68
94
18
123
17
22

3,088
3,060
2,951
2,912
2,867
2,822
2,667
2,657
2,466
2,176
2,050
2,011
1,948
1,883
1,789
1,630
1,610
1,597
1,580
1,565
1,532
1,435
1,394
1,357
1,350
1,298
1,050
1,007
791
566
444

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

21

Precinct

% of Total Stops

Rank

50
10
79
34
67
69
120
28
6
72
68
106
5
1
122
66
45
76
78
24
90
13
123
62
19
14
22
84
20
18
17

50.3%
49.6%
49.5%
49.1%
49.1%
48.2%
48.2%
47.9%
47.2%
45.9%
44.9%
43.9%
43.5%
43.2%
42.1%
41.3%
40.6%
40.4%
40.4%
39.6%
39.4%
39.0%
39.0%
36.7%
34.1%
33.9%
31.4%
31.3%
30.5%
27.7%
27.5%

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Force by Precinct Ranking
Stops Where Force Was Used
as a Percentage of Total Stops

Number of Stops Where Force Was Used


Precinct

Stops

Rank

Precinct

% of Total Stops

Rank

44

8,413

46

57.7%

46

7,917

44

49.8%

115
75
32
52
109
43
73
40
110
41
70
120
47
23
103
101
113
42
25
60
83
34
67
81
69
102
14
79
122
72
28
100
77
33
114
30
107
9
105
13
48
90
1

7,470
6,119
5,805
5,306
3,582
3,506
3,504
3,464
3,398
3,363
3,295
3,159
3,124
3,003
2,922
2,853
2,622
2,554
2,455
2,448
2,386
2,242
2,240
2,227
2,095
2,085
2,041
1,830
1,754
1,725
1,622
1,573
1,521
1,520
1,498
1,461
1,455
1,442
1,365
1,236
1,194
1,115
1,089

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

32
115
52
69
110
100
1
41
6
50
47
5
109
9
70
10
107
25
72
101
60
13
48
7
63
102
33
113
42
43
75
40
34
30
120
14
28
122
45
23
19
67
103

45.1%
41.1%
38.9%
34.3%
31.5%
30.8%
30.0%
29.7%
29.3%
28.7%
28.6%
27.9%
27.9%
26.9%
26.8%
26.5%
26.1%
24.7%
24.7%
24.7%
24.6%
23.5%
22.7%
22.5%
22.5%
22.0%
21.6%
21.2%
20.6%
20.3%
19.7%
19.6%
19.4%
19.4%
19.2%
19.1%
18.6%
18.4%
18.2%
17.2%
17.1%
17.1%
17.0%

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Precinct

Stops

Rank

63
45
104
61
7
19
5
6
10
106
50
76
26
49
20
24
71
112
108
18
84
88
68
66
78
17
62
94
111
123
22

1,031
974
959
948
941
899
869
865
818
772
769
745
739
710
680
659
581
535
529
527
525
518
453
442
319
303
255
255
218
124
119

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

22

Precinct

% of Total Stops

Rank

81
76
83
112
68
26
17
18
114
61
104
105
73
24
77
20
79
94
66
84
71
108
78
106
22
49
88
90
123
62
111

16.3%
16.0%
15.9%
15.7%
15.7%
14.8%
14.7%
14.5%
14.5%
14.3%
14.0%
13.9%
13.9%
13.4%
13.3%
13.0%
12.6%
12.6%
11.6%
10.1%
9.7%
9.0%
9.0%
8.9%
8.4%
8.4%
6.7%
6.4%
6.1%
5.8%
4.7%

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Innocent Stops by Precinct Ranking
Innocent Stops
as a Percentage of Total Stops

Number of Innocent Stops


Precinct

Stops

Rank

Precinct

% of Total Stops

Rank

75

27,672

72

94.4%

73

22,365

67

93.9%

115
90
23
40
43
103
44
120
83
79
46
67
52
81
109
70
42
113
34
101
77
41
14
32
47
110
114
60
122
25
105
102
106
28
49
72
30
33
88
61
104
69
71

16,576
16,314
15,969
15,577
15,283
15,220
15,127
13,733
12,968
12,686
12,572
12,293
12,246
11,848
11,481
11,346
11,208
11,031
10,384
10,345
10,140
10,077
9,757
9,587
9,334
9,114
9,098
8,775
8,692
8,536
8,423
8,413
7,999
7,750
7,661
6,584
6,364
6,268
6,244
6,129
6,010
5,682
5,273

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

69
90
17
61
106
1
70
46
14
115
23
122
94
123
84
63
42
6
49
34
52
111
18
44
101
109
113
78
33
75
41
77
73
103
28
102
43
22
48
107
60
40
114

92.9%
92.9%
92.7%
92.6%
92.6%
92.4%
92.2%
91.7%
91.5%
91.3%
91.3%
91.2%
91.1%
91.0%
90.9%
90.4%
90.3%
90.3%
90.2%
89.9%
89.7%
89.6%
89.6%
89.5%
89.4%
89.3%
89.3%
89.1%
89.0%
89.0%
89.0%
88.9%
88.9%
88.7%
88.7%
88.7%
88.4%
88.4%
88.4%
88.3%
88.2%
88.1%
88.0%

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Precinct

Stops

Rank

108
107
84
48
13
45
20
100
9
19
111
63
26
76
24
62
7
1
66
18
78
112
10
6
5
68
50
17
123
94
22

5,141
4,927
4,739
4,652
4,612
4,594
4,416
4,380
4,353
4,306
4,195
4,143
4,114
4,060
3,958
3,693
3,579
3,349
3,317
3,255
3,167
2,848
2,711
2,667
2,643
2,366
2,141
1,909
1,844
1,843
1,252

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

23

Precinct

% of Total Stops

Rank

13
10
108
71
79
104
76
81
66
83
105
25
7
45
100
47
5
110
20
30
62
112
120
26
19
68
9
88
24
50
32

87.8%
87.8%
87.7%
87.7%
87.5%
87.4%
87.1%
86.8%
86.7%
86.3%
86.0%
86.0%
85.7%
85.7%
85.7%
85.4%
84.8%
84.4%
84.3%
84.3%
84.2%
83.6%
83.3%
82.4%
82.0%
81.9%
81.1%
80.7%
80.5%
79.8%
74.6%

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Data by Precinct
Precinct

1
5
6
7
9
10
13
14
17
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
28
30
32
33
34
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
52
60
61
62
63
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
75
76

Total Stops

Black, Latino Stops

Frisks

Force

Innocent Stops

Black, Latino Pop

Total

% of pop

Total

% of Total Stops

Total

% of Total Stops

Total

% of Total Stops

Total

% of Total Stops

% Black, Latino

3,626
3,118
2,954
4,177
5,367
3,089
5,252
10,665
2,060
3,633
5,250
5,237
1,416
17,498
4,918
9,926
4,991
8,738
7,550
12,859
7,041
11,548
17,690
11,329
12,414
17,281
16,903
5,362
13,718
10,936
5,265
8,495
2,683
13,648
9,952
6,620
4,385
4,585
3,827
13,093
2,890
6,117
12,304
6,014
6,977
25,167
31,100
4,659

5.4%
5.9%
4.7%
7.4%
7.0%
6.2%
5.6%
51.6%
2.6%
6.7%
2.5%
5.1%
23.9%
4.6%
20.9%
10.1%
19.5%
12.4%
18.1%
9.1%
10.3%
19.3%
21.7%
15.6%
10.0%
11.5%
4.4%
10.7%
7.2%
6.3%
7.4%
2.6%
9.8%
9.5%
4.1%
2.4%
4.2%
2.0%
8.4%
2.3%
7.2%
7.7%
6.1%
5.5%
29.1%
17.0%
10.7%

2,711
2,091
2,164
3,255
3,721
2,389
3,635
8,034
1,375
2,703
3,525
3,690
1,053
16,434
4,235
9,171
4,649
8,361
6,810
12,437
6,501
9,892
17,101
10,319
11,689
15,835
15,771
4,038
13,457
10,276
4,576
7,029
2,338
12,424
7,441
3,065
1,750
3,937
2,334
12,179
1,078
5,806
10,756
5,819
6,159
23,748
28,850
3,514

75.7%
71.1%
76.6%
80.6%
72.5%
79.4%
71.4%
77.8%
71.4%
76.0%
71.0%
71.6%
75.3%
96.5%
87.3%
96.1%
94.4%
96.9%
95.3%
97.9%
95.1%
95.6%
98.4%
97.2%
98.5%
96.6%
98.1%
79.8%
98.5%
96.8%
93.8%
85.7%
87.8%
95.7%
75.0%
47.2%
40.4%
86.6%
64.7%
98.1%
37.4%
95.1%
91.3%
97.1%
89.3%
97.9%
96.4%
77.3%

1,565
1,357
1,394
2,466
2,822
1,532
2,050
3,613
566
1,007
1,789
1,597
444
11,071
1,948
6,322
2,867
4,184
3,987
9,065
3,892
5,672
11,114
6,894
8,762
9,749
13,137
2,176
11,027
6,640
3,552
4,601
1,350
9,145
5,608
3,797
1,610
3,060
1,580
6,431
1,298
2,951
6,531
3,088
3,203
13,338
16,802
1,883

43.2%
43.5%
47.2%
59.0%
52.6%
49.6%
39.0%
33.9%
27.5%
27.7%
34.1%
30.5%
31.4%
63.3%
39.6%
63.7%
57.4%
47.9%
52.8%
70.5%
55.3%
49.1%
62.8%
60.9%
70.6%
56.4%
77.7%
40.6%
80.4%
60.7%
67.5%
54.2%
50.3%
67.0%
56.4%
57.4%
36.7%
66.7%
41.3%
49.1%
44.9%
48.2%
53.1%
51.4%
45.9%
53.0%
54.0%
40.4%

1,089
869
865
941
1,442
818
1,236
2,041
303
527
899
680
119
3,003
659
2,455
739
1,622
1,461
5,805
1,520
2,242
3,464
3,363
2,554
3,506
8,413
974
7,917
3,124
1,194
710
769
5,306
2,448
948
255
1,031
442
2,240
453
2,095
3,295
581
1,725
3,504
6,119
745

30.0%
27.9%
29.3%
22.5%
26.9%
26.5%
23.5%
19.1%
14.7%
14.5%
17.1%
13.0%
8.4%
17.2%
13.4%
24.7%
14.8%
18.6%
19.4%
45.1%
21.6%
19.4%
19.6%
29.7%
20.6%
20.3%
49.8%
18.2%
57.7%
28.6%
22.7%
8.4%
28.7%
38.9%
24.6%
14.3%
5.8%
22.5%
11.6%
17.1%
15.7%
34.3%
26.8%
9.7%
24.7%
13.9%
19.7%
16.0%

3,349
2,643
2,667
3,579
4,353
2,711
4,612
9,757
1,909
3,255
4,306
4,416
1,252
15,969
3,958
8,536
4,114
7,750
6,364
9,587
6,268
10,384
15,577
10,077
11,208
15,283
15,127
4,594
12,572
9,334
4,652
7,661
2,141
12,246
8,775
6,129
3,693
4,143
3,317
12,293
2,366
5,682
11,346
5,273
6,584
22,365
27,672
4,060

92.4%
84.8%
90.3%
85.7%
81.1%
87.8%
87.8%
91.5%
92.7%
89.6%
82.0%
84.3%
88.4%
91.3%
80.5%
86.0%
82.4%
88.7%
84.3%
74.6%
89.0%
89.9%
88.1%
89.0%
90.3%
88.4%
89.5%
85.7%
91.7%
85.4%
88.4%
90.2%
79.8%
89.7%
88.2%
92.6%
84.2%
90.4%
86.7%
93.9%
81.9%
92.9%
92.2%
87.7%
94.4%
88.9%
89.0%
87.1%

10.0%
15.6%
8.0%
40.0%
31.1%
24.6%
13.8%
17.2%
7.8%
21.3%
9.0%
12.1%
88.0%
75.6%
32.6%
87.8%
45.3%
77.0%
85.3%
90.3%
85.2%
73.6%
96.8%
96.9%
97.0%
88.5%
95.4%
58.9%
95.5%
88.0%
90.1%
62.8%
54.6%
84.1%
29.6%
11.5%
14.1%
51.4%
15.3%
95.2%
15.8%
89.3%
51.1%
77.3%
48.4%
96.3%
88.3%
35.8%

24

Stop-and-Frisk 2011
Data by Precinct
(continued)
Precinct

77
78
79
81
83
84
88
90
94
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
120
122
123

Total Stops

Black, Latino Stops

Frisks

Force

Innocent Stops

Black, Latino Pop

Total

% of pop

Total

% of Total Stops

Total

% of Total Stops

Total

% of Total Stops

Total

% of Total Stops

% Black, Latino

11,405
3,555
14,495
13,651
15,021
5,214
7,734
17,566
2,023
5,112
11,576
9,486
17,152
6,874
9,791
8,643
5,583
5,860
12,864
10,795
4,680
3,407
12,359
10,343
18,156
16,490
9,535
2,027

11.8%
5.8%
16.1%
21.8%
13.3%
10.8%
15.0%
15.0%
3.6%
10.7%
17.3%
6.6%
16.2%
4.0%
5.2%
7.1%
3.7%
5.2%
5.2%
6.3%
4.0%
3.0%
10.3%
5.1%
10.6%
9.4%
4.9%
2.1%

10,737
2,662
13,322
12,785
13,198
4,193
6,856
15,343
1,177
4,009
11,025
6,116
15,142
4,668
8,267
4,449
3,803
3,880
8,114
9,630
2,153
1,824
11,493
7,244
16,124
12,720
3,130
294

95.4%
78.9%
94.4%
97.6%
93.2%
82.4%
91.8%
88.3%
60.2%
78.6%
98.0%
67.8%
90.8%
69.1%
88.5%
53.9%
71.6%
67.1%
63.6%
90.3%
47.6%
56.2%
94.8%
74.4%
92.2%
79.2%
34.6%
14.8%

6,204
1,435
7,170
8,177
8,852
1,630
3,989
6,921
1,050
2,667
8,890
5,191
9,164
4,747
5,442
3,796
2,912
3,221
8,597
7,854
2,657
2,011
6,362
6,414
13,058
7,949
4,016
791

54.4%
40.4%
49.5%
59.9%
58.9%
31.3%
51.6%
39.4%
51.9%
52.2%
76.8%
54.7%
53.4%
69.1%
55.6%
43.9%
52.2%
55.0%
66.8%
72.8%
56.8%
59.0%
51.5%
62.0%
71.9%
48.2%
42.1%
39.0%

1,521
319
1,830
2,227
2,386
525
518
1,115
255
1,573
2,853
2,085
2,922
959
1,365
772
1,455
529
3,582
3,398
218
535
2,622
1,498
7,470
3,159
1,754
124

13.3%
9.0%
12.6%
16.3%
15.9%
10.1%
6.7%
6.4%
12.6%
30.8%
24.7%
22.0%
17.0%
14.0%
13.9%
8.9%
26.1%
9.0%
27.9%
31.5%
4.7%
15.7%
21.2%
14.5%
41.1%
19.2%
18.4%
6.1%

10,140
3,167
12,686
11,848
12,968
4,739
6,244
16,314
1,843
4,380
10,345
8,413
15,220
6,010
8,423
7,999
4,927
5,141
11,481
9,114
4,195
2,848
11,031
9,098
16,576
13,733
8,692
1,844

88.9%
89.1%
87.5%
86.8%
86.3%
90.9%
80.7%
92.9%
91.1%
85.7%
89.4%
88.7%
88.7%
87.4%
86.0%
92.6%
88.3%
87.7%
89.3%
84.4%
89.6%
83.6%
89.3%
88.0%
91.3%
83.3%
91.2%
91.0%

77.5%
23.5%
78.8%
92.7%
85.5%
24.9%
58.5%
38.7%
19.2%
39.2%
74.5%
49.2%
71.1%
36.0%
67.0%
40.3%
29.6%
36.5%
18.9%
57.6%
12.1%
16.0%
92.8%
37.2%
70.4%
50.4%
14.1%
9.4%

25

New York City Precincts


by race

Majority black & Latino


(38 precincts)

Not majority black & Latino


(38 precincts)

Race data from 2010 Census.


Blocks by precinct compiled by John Keefe.
Precinct outline by Harry Levine.

New York City Precincts


Manhattan (22 precincts)
1 Financial District, Tribeca
5 Chinatown, Little Italy
6 Greenwich Village, Soho
7 Lower East Side
9 East Village
10 Chelsea
13 Gramercy, Stuyvesant Town
14 Midtown South, Times Square, Garment District
17 Kipps Bay, Murray Hill, Turtle Bay
18 Midtown, Theatre District
19 Upper East Side
20 Upper West Side (south)
22 Central Park
23 East Harlem (south)
24 Upper West Side (north)
25 East Harlem (north)
26 Morningside Heights
28 Central Harlem (south)
30 Manhattanville, West Harlem, Hamilton Heights
32 Central Harlem (north)
33 Washington Heights (south)
34 Washington Heights (north), Inwood
The Bronx (12 precincts)
40 Mott Haven, Melrose
41 Hunts Point
42 Morrisania, Crotona Park East
43 Soundview, Parkchester
44 Concourse, Highbridge
45 Throgs Neck, Co-op City, Pelham Bay
46 University Heights, Morris Heights, Fordham (south)
47 Eastchester, Wakefield, Williamsbridge
48 East Tremont, Belmont
49 Pelham Parkway, Morris Park, Bronxdale
50 Riverdale, Fieldston, Kingsbridge
52 Bedford Park, Fordham (north), Norwood
Staten Island (3 precincts)
120 St. George, West Brighton, Port Richmond
122 New Dorp, Todt Hill, Bloomfield
123 Tottenville, Bay Terrace

Brooklyn (23 precincts)


60 Coney Island, Brighton Beach
61 Sheepshead Bay
62 Bensonhurst
63 Mill Basin, Flatlands
66 Borough Park, Kensington
67 East Flatbush
68 Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights
69 Canarsie
70 Flatbush, Ditmas Park
71 Crown Heights (south), Lefferts Gardens
72 Sunset Park, Windsor Terrace
73 Brownsville, Ocean Hill
75 East New York, Starret City
76 Red Hook, Carroll Gardens
77 Crown Heights (north), Prospect Heights
78 Park Slope, Prospect Park
79 BedStuy (west)
81 BedStuy (east)
83 Bushwick
84 Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Boerum Hill
88 Fort Greene, Clinton Hill
90 Williamsburg
94 Greenpoint
Queens (16 precincts)
100 Rockaway, Broad Channel
101 Far Rockaway
102 Richmond Hill, Woodhaven, Ozone Park (north)
103 Jamaica (south), Hollis
104 Ridgewood, Middle Village, Glendale
105 Queens Village, Rosedale
106 Ozone Park (south), Howard Beach
107 Jamaica (north), Fresh Meadows, Hillcrest
108 Long Island City (south), Sunnyside, Woodside
109 Flushing, Bay Terrace
110 Elmhurst, South Corona
111 Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck
112 Forest Hills, Rego Park
113 St. Albans, Springfield Gardens
114 Astoria, Long Island City (north), Rikers Island
115 Jackson Heights

Majority black and Latino precincts underlined.


Adapted from list by Harry Levine.