Protesters call for NYPD reforms outside City Hall

BROOKLYN - More than 100 protesters rallied at City Hall today to call for the end of the NYPD's "stop-and-frisk" policy.

The protest may bring about changes as some City Council members from Brooklyn are introducing a new bill that would bring an end to the controversial policy.

A City Council meeting to discuss the bill will be held Oct. 10.

Poll: Racial divide over stop-and-frisk policyCommissioner Kelly: Stop-and-frisks dropping in NY

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