This police precinct encompasses the Central and West Wards.The Central Ward contains much of the city's original history including the Lincoln Park, Military Park and the James Street Commons Historic Districts. It is also home to three universities – Rutgers-Newark, Essex County College and NJIT. Roughly 67,000 residents, most of whom are African-American, live in the Central Ward.
The West Ward is primarily known for its Vailsburg neighborhood, which includes Ivy Hill Park. The ward was once a predominantly Irish-American neighborhood. Today it is home to mostly African-American and Haitian residents.
4th Precinct Yearly Totals
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2014 does not include stats from July 2014, which the NPD has not published.
4th Precinct Monthly Totals
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N/A = The Newark Police Department did not publish this stop-and-frisk data.
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