New York City's gang database raises issues of the extent of police surveillance
Police departments in cities around the U.S. keep secret databases to keep track of suspected gang members. Officials say it’s an essential tool to keep communities safe. Critics say it unfairly targets Black and Brown communities.
Rainier Harris of WNYC’s Radio Rookies reports.
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