Detroit police are training to ‘Stop & Frisk’ the public without probable cause

August 20, 2013 Site Staff 275

DETROIT, MI — One of the nation’s most offensive and controversial policing tactics is being expanded in Detroit. Stop & Frisk is an aggressive policing technique used in some big cities, allowing cops to order a citizen against a wall for a body search, based only on a “reasonable suspicion,” rather than actually having probable cause or a warrant. Ridden with joblessness, homelessness, corruption, and crime, Detroit residents are looking for an answer, foolishly expanding the police state in hopes of safety and order.