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Pedro Serrano is a New York Police Department officer who testified against the department in Floyd v. City of New York, a lawsuit brought by the Center for Constitutional Rights over the department's stop-and-frisk policies. He also made recordings of his superiors which suggested that the NYPD required arrest quotas from patrolmen which were used as evidence in the trial.
- Gonnerman, Jennifer (May 19, 2013). "Officer Serrano's Hidden Camera: The stop-and-frisk trials of Pedro Serrano". New York Magazine.
- Peters, Justin (May 22, 2013). "The Heroic New York City Cop Who's Trying to Stop Stop-and-Frisk". Slate Magazine.
- Rayman, Graham (March 20, 2013). "Pedro Serrano, Second Whistleblower Cop, Testifies In Stop and Frisk Trial; Council Moves Toward Independent Monitor". Village Voice.
- Carver, Marina (March 26, 2013). "NYPD officers say they had stop-and-frisk quotas". CNN.
- Goldstein, Joseph (March 21, 2013). "Recording Points to Race Factor in Stops by New York Police". New York Times.
- Gearty, Robert; Corky Siemaszko (March 21, 2013). "Stop-and-frisk trial: Cop's secret tape reveals boss ordered him to target blacks males ages 14 to 21". New York Daily News.
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