NYPD Stop-and-kiss program

A new NYPD program is stirring more controversy than the policy that it was designed to replace. The New York Police Department's "Stop-and-Kiss" program is an effort to tamp down the complaints of the NYPD's controversial Stop-and-frisk program that critics say targets black and Hispanic men.

Critics are calling the NYPD's Stop-and-Kiss program a violation of privacy. Thousands took to the streets earlier this week to protest the new program. The new policy allows officers to kiss anyone who they believe looks suspicious.

New Yorkers who complain that they have been stopped and kissed say the new policy is even more intrusive than the Stop-and-frisk policy.

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