CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - It has become unclear when Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney will address the department's stop and frisk statistics.

Defense attorney Jeffrey Fogel took his concerns about race issues and more to Charlottesville City Council Monday, October 1.

“If this is not addressed, then nothing is going to be addressed when it comes to police activity in this town," Fogel said.

The police department had announced Brackney would address Fogel's concerns Tuesday, but so far all is quiet.

Earlier this year, the city's numbers showed 91 out of 125 stop and frisks reported in 2017 involved African-Americans.