A candidate for City Council in the 27th District, I. Daneek Miller, advocates stopping stop and frisk (“One view of stop and frisk,” Letters, Aug. 15). He may be right, he may be wrong.
Why not stop it for a year or two in the 27th District on a trial basis? If it works out OK, then make it the new policy citywide.
We don’t want a rise in killings, do we? So first try it in a district that would like stop and frisk ended. Why do that in other districts that aren’t opposed to it?