NYC’s ‘How Many Stops Act’ Puts Additional Burden on Police Officers: Retired NYPD Detective

The “How Many Stops Act” has just gone into effect in New York City. It’s a controversial law that requires police to mark down the race, age, and gender of every person they encounter.

NTD discusses the act with Peter Forcelli, a retired NYPD homicide detective and ATF deputy assistant director, who says this will put an additional burden on police officers amid concerns about an increase in response times due to the measure.