Word on the Street: Interacting with police

The New York Civil Liberties Union was invited to a Manhattan high school recently to teach students about how to interact with police officers.



Students at the school had complained of being victims of stop-and-frisk in the past.



The NYCLU has been critical of the police tactic.



News 12 The Bronx hit the streets to ask residents what they think about teaching students about how to interact with police officers.


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