Stops and Frisks. Chapter 7. . The Foundations for Stops and Frisks. History. An officer's power to detain and question suspicious persons dates back to English common law. The U.S. Supreme Court adopted formal guidelines governing street encounters amounting to less than arrests or full searches in three 1968 cases.Terry v. OhioSibron v. New YorkPeters v. New York.
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