One person who's a consistent supporter of stop and frisk, however, is Trump.
The president hailed the policy while Bloomberg was in office, and he has continued to support it from the White House. In a 2018 speech to the International Association of Police Chiefs, Trump suggested the practice could solve Chicago's crime problem.
"I've told them to work with local authorities to try to change the terrible deal the city of Chicago entered into with ACLU, which ties law enforcement's hands, and to strongly consider stop and frisk," Trump said. "It works, and it was meant for problems like Chicago. It was meant for it, stop and frisk."
In the Oval Office on Friday, Trump was asked if he's still pro-stop-and-frisk.
“I support anything we can do to get down crime on and to get rid of drugs,” he said.