New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg warns that his city could return to the bad old days of high crime without "stop and frisk." It's the controversial policing tactic that a federal judge struck down on Monday.
The judge ruled that New York police have systematically violated the civil rights of tens of thousands of people by wrongly targeting black and Hispanic men.
Britain has its own version of New York's policing tactic: it's called "stop and search." It's controversial, too.
Nick Glynn is 46 years old and black. He says he's been stopped and searched about 30 times in his life. But Glynn has an unusual perspective, he's an inspector in the Leicestershire police department.
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