"Pulling Back the Blue Curtain: When Should We Have Access to Police Records?" KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum, Pasadena, Calif.
By Rochelle L. Wilcox
DWT partner Rochelle Wilcox participated in this panel discussing the state of access to police records in California and provided guidance on what is public, what isn’t, and how to get the information you need.
Watch a recording of the panel.
Presentation Highlights: 4 things to know about public access to police records
- Officers worry about their privacy
- The public wants to know whether police are being disciplined for bad behavior
- The public needs information to have confidence in police
- The law is far behind technology