Street stops have soared 600 percent during the course of the Bloomberg administration, with minorities being disproportionately targeted in record numbers. Only 12% of the 684,330 people stopped were arrested or received summonses; the others were not charged. In 2010, about 84 percent of those stopped by police were black or Latino, while only about 9 percent of people stopped were white. Last year, the racial breakdown kept on that trend: 87% were black or Latino, and 9% were white.
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