The How Many Stops Act passed through the council at the end of last year and was vetoed by Adams, a Democrat, earlier this month. But on Tuesday, that veto was overwhelmingly overturned in a 42-9 vote.
The act requires the NYPD to log information from low-level interactions, such as basic identifications, the “reason for the investigative encounter,” if a summons was issued or an arrest made, and if force was used.
The vote follows outrage over a black councilman stating he was stopped and pulled over by NYC police without an explanation. Police pulled over Councilman Yusef Salaam, an exonerated member of the “Central Park