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Professor Harris Comments on how Trust with NYPD may be Restored

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January 21, 2014

Writing in The Nation Magazine, Professor David Harris discussed the most important steps that New York's new mayor and police commissioner can take to restore public trust and confidence in the New York York Police Department after the decision in the NYPD stop and frisk case. In "Ten Steps Bill de Blasio and Bill Bratton Should Take to Fix Stop-and-Frisk," Professor Harris outlines concrete actions for the new administration that will help the city and the Police Department comply with the court's ruling, do better police work and repair the Department's damaged relations with New York's communities of color.

Harris's piece in The Nation is here.

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