Virtually everyone in one section of Brooklyn's Brownsville neighborhood has either been stopped, questioned and frisked by the police, or they know someone who has, according to a report in the the New York Times…The statistics on the stop and frisk tactic were obtained from the NYPD by the New York Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Constitutional Rights. They show that in the area bounded by Livonia Avenue, Sutter Avenue, Rockaway Avenue and Powell Street had 52,000 stops between January 2006 and March 2010. That averages nearly one stop a year for every person who lives in the eight-block area.