A London youth worker who says he was unfairly targeted has criticised the use of stop and search by police during lockdown.
Sayce Holmes-Lewis was pulled over in south London while driving to take food to a bereaved friend. Police suspected he was carrying drugs.
"They stopped me after 45 seconds of seeing me based on my behaviour. I'm not sure what that means but it's stereotyping and racial profiling. It's happened to me so many times and enough is enough," said Sayce.
He added the way police acted was "overzealous" and they should be held to account for their actions.
ITV News London also spoke to teacher Dwayne Francis who says he was handcuffed on the way to work.
Latest figures reveal that:
In April 2019 police carried out 20,981 stop and searches
In April 2020 there were 30,608 stop and searches
That's an increase of 45%
2.3 white people per 1000 were stopped last month
9.3 black people per 1000 were stopped last month
That means black people were four times more likely to get stopped
Sayce and Dwayne said police needed to understand the communities they're dealing with and communicate better.
Police said no drugs were found in either Sayce or Dwayne's cars and both men said they would make an official complaint.
Former Harrow Borough Commander Del Babu and former Met Police Superintendent Leroy Logan spoke to Lucrezia Millarini about the controversial use of stop and search.