The NYPD stopped 600,000 people last year, the highest number in the eight years those statistics have been kept.
The Daily News reports that police stopped 601,055, a 4 percent increase from 575,304 the previous year.
About 14 percent of those stopped last year were given summonses or arrested, the newspaper said. The other 86 percent were questioned.
"Unfortunately, the pattern of stopping innocent New Yorkers continues," Lieberman said. "The pattern of stopping enormous numbers of overwhelmingly African-American and Latino men continues."
The NYPD did not immediately comment.