Data collected by the New York Police Department show 84-percent of pedestrians patted down by its officers were black or Latino. The figure is the cornerstone of several challenges to the department's controversial stop-and-frisk tactics.
Some residents in San Diego also say they're being racially profiled. A joint investigation from our sister station KPBS and Voice of San Diego finds San Diego police haven't followed a key policy to determine whether officers discriminate.
KPBS reporter Megan Burks has the story.