• Yes, it can help reduce violence.

    The policing practice known as 'stop-and-frisk' could help reduce violence in black communities. This policy was initiated in New York City for nearly two decades. Many law enforcement experts and politicians believed that this policing practice reduced crime in New York. Therefore, it is likely that 'stop-and-frisk' could reduce crime in other communities across America too.

  • This can help reduce crime

    This can help reduce crime. Stop-and-frisk gets people comfortable with the idea of police being around them and coming into contact with them. It also helps deter criminals from the area because they know they might be found out if they're hiding something on their persons. This tactic should be used along with job creation strategies.

  • Stop and frisk can end violence

    Stop and frisk policies can curb violence in black communities. The random searches will result in fewer weapons and potentially serve as a deterrent. In totalitarian societies, there is little crime. However, it comes at a high price. It unfairly targets people, primarily minorities, who have not been accused of a specific crime.

  • Remove the Police from Black communities

    By removing the police from black communities they can't be scrutinized and killed by some black person who has biased views of the police. Let the black communities fix there own problems they have clearly demonstrated that they don't want the police. Thats how you solve this problem and get the black lives matter assholes to calm down

  • No, 'stop-and-frisk' cannot end violence in black communities.

    No, I don't believe 'stop-and-frisk' can end violence in black communities. 'Stop-and-frisk' is an incredibly dangerous police tactic as it is inherently a system of racial profiling. 'Stop-and-frisk' policies maintain and promote an unhealthy relationship between the police and communities in which residents are profiled and under an unfair assumption of guilt.

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