NY City Council to Hold Hearings on Stop-Question-and-Frisk Practice of NYPD


On September 24, the New York City Council announced two community hearings to be held by the Council Committee on Civil Rights in Brooklyn and Queens to provide the public with opportunities to submit testimony on the NYPD’s practice of stop, question and frisk. Communities United for Police Reform encourages all New Yorkers concerned about ending the discriminatory and abusive policies and practices of the NYPD to attend.

New York City Council Civil Rights Committee Hearings
on the NYPDs Stop, Question & Frisk practices
Tuesday, October 23, 2012  -  6:00 PM 
Brooklyn College Student Center
Corner of East 27th Street and Campus Road (Flatbush)
Trains: 2/5 to Flatbush Ave/Brooklyn College. 
Buses: B6/B11/B41/B44/B103/BM2/Q35
Wednesday, October 24, 2012  -  6:00 PM
York College Faculty Dining Room
Academic Core Building, Room 2D01
94-20 Guy R Brewer Boulevard (Jamaica)
Trains: E/J/Z  to Parsons-Archer/Jamaica Center. 
Buses: Q4, Q5, Q25/34, Q30, Q31, Q42, Q44, Q54, 
Q65, Q83, Q84, Q85, Q110, Q111, Q112, Q113, N4
A PDF flyer with full information for both hearings can be downloaded below