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California Police Continue to Withhold Public Records Despite SB 1421
California Police Continue to Withhold Public Records Despite SB 1421

Taking effect on January 1, 2019, Senate Bill 1421 requires California law enforcement to release records—that have been held in secrecy—about officer-involved shootings, excessive use of force, sexual misconduct, and dishonesty. Yet, not one state agency has provided a ...

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