Stop and search plans scrutinised by inner city teens
A government consultation which gives the public a say into police use of stop and search is due to end soon.
About a million stops take place each year but only nine percent lead to an arrest.
Some say the power is overused and weakens confidence in police.
Newsbeat's Nomia Iqbal talk to Myron and Diquan from Lewisham in south London about their experiences of stop and search and ask how it compares to Newsbeat's video showing two police officers describing the correct procedure.
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