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Stop And Frisk Forms Now Include Handy Explanation For Rough Arrests

If you're one of the NYPD's lucky stop and frisk customers this year (183,326 and counting!) the police is giving you a slightly less opaque reason as to why they roughed you up. New forms that officers fill out following a stop include a "Reason for Force Used" field, that give officers the choice of checking a box that describes the situation leading up to the rough stop.
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