Feb 142012
 February 14, 2012  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Sean Gardiner reports:

New York City police officers stopped and questioned 684,330 people last year, a record number since the department started producing yearly tallies of the tactic.

The total marked a 14% increase over 2010, according to statistics viewed by The Wall Street Journal on Monday.

Read more on Wall Street Journal. The report/stats do not indicate whether the increase was across the board throughout the year or is in any way related to the Occupy movement.

h/t, Infowarrior Mail List

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