Yeah, não, só os brancos preferem esse tipo de abordagem, negros (surpresa!!!) detestam ser parados pelo critério da cor da pele.
O aumento de armas encontradas com a implementação do stop and frisa é minúsculo, enquanto a quantidade de negros que temem, desconfiam e se sentem inferiorizados, atacados e abandonados pelo sistema aumenta.
"Out of 160,851 stops in 2003, cops confiscated 604 guns, or about one gun for every 266 stops. In 2011, with an additional 524,873 stops, cops only uncovered 780 guns."
Como visto, existem modos melhores
Brancos parados tem duas vezes mais chances de ter armas do que negros, mesmo assim negros e latinos e mesmo assim esses representam 89% dos parados. (1
A ligação entre diminuição de homicídios e stop and frisa é bem tênue
"It is true that the first decade of the aughts in New York City has seen significantly fewer murders than say, the 1980s, when there were about 2,000 slayings a year. Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, and others believe this drop is largely due to stop and frisks taking guns off the street. The link, however, between increased stop and frisks and lower murder rates could be a tenuous one. From The New York Times:
In 2002, when Mr. Kelly last took office, officers stopped 97,296 New Yorkers and the city reported 587 homicides. Last year, those numbers were 685,724 and 532.
And from WNYC:
Last week, the NYPD said stop-and-frisk was used more than 200,000 times in the first quarter of this year – a 10 percent jump from the same period last year. The data covers the period from January to March. So far this year homicides are down by 19 percent over last year.
But of the 13 precincts where homicides were up, stop and frisks increased in six over the same reporting period last year. And in the remaining seven, stop and frisks were down.
“There is no evidence that stop and frisk is lowering or suppressing the murder rate in New York City,” said Chris Dunn, spokesman for the NYCLU, in a statement. “Murders have dropped steadily since 1990.”"