City Council Testimony Supports 'Right to Know Act' to Make Everyday Police Encounters Safer

June 29, 2015 — The New York Civil Liberties Union will today testify before the New York City Council in support of the Right to Know Act, a package of two bill which require police to identify themselves when they stop someone and explain why the stop is taking place, and inform a person when he has a right to refuse being searched.
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