About 150 residents gathered Wednesday evening to vent their frustrations with the police, in the aftermath of the stop-and-frisk scandal that recently surfaced in their precinct. Gov. Paterson signed into law a bill that would prevent police from retaining some of the information collected during their stops...“The governor’s signature on this bill should serve as a wakeup call to the mayor, the Police Department and all of New York’s elected officials: We have work to do,” said the New York Civil Liberties Union's Associate Legal Director Christopher Dunn, in a press release. “The NYPD must not continue its campaign of excessive and racially lopsided policing. The database legislation is just the start of what we must accomplish.”