Judge orders 'immediate cease' to NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy in Bronx 'Clean Halls' buildingNY Post
Jan. 10, 2013
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A federal judge today ordered the NYPD to "immediately cease" stopping people outside Bronx apartments enrolled in a voluntary anti-crime program unless cops have "reasonable suspicion of trespass,” but will allow the controversial stop-and-frisk policies to continue with modifications.
In a massive, 157-page decision, Judge Shira Scheindlin said she was "not ordering the abolition or even a reduction" of the city's "Clean Halls" program, under which landlords can let cops patrol inside privately-owned apartment buildings to crack down on drug dealing and other crimes.