Scotland Yard said it could not comment on the report by Brain Paddick in 2004, due to its age and added:
The Metropolitan police service has a history of welcoming internal and external discussion papers on stop and search, from academics, research bodies and serving officers, in order to inform the debate on stop and search.
In consequence, the MPS is constantly adapting and evolving its stop-and-search policies
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