State Sen. Wants to Track Police in Race Profiling Stores

NEW YORK (AP) -

State Sen. Daniel Squadron wants the NYPD to disclose the extra police services it provides to businesses in light of allegations of racial profiling at department stores such as Macy’s and Barney’s. The proposal would require the mayor’s office to file an annual report listing any contracts for police services with businesses beyond normal protocol. The stores said they had nothing to do with police stops of blacks.