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A judge is allowing the NYPD to resume certain stop-and-frisk tactics in the Bronx after ordering they be halted because they were unconstitutional.

Manhattan Federal Court Judge Shira Scheindlin lifted the order Tuesday after she agreed with city lawyers who said the immediate halt of some “Clean Halls” trespass stops would impose an undue burden on the NYPD, requiring some form of “notification to and/or training of” thousands of NYPD officers and their supervisors.

She ordered an immediate halt to trespass stops outside Bronx “Clean Halls” buildings on Jan. 8 unless the officer has a “reasonable suspicion” that a violation has occurred.

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