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Lessons Learned in California As Police Disciplinary Records Become Public

Lessons Learned in California As Police Disciplinary Records Become Public

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Lessons Learned in California As Police Disciplinary Records Become Public

What can your agency learn from California's unprecedented police reform legislation making officer conduct records — including bodycam video — subject to public records requests? Agency planning and response around these landmark laws may have repercussions in your state during the current, nationwide police reform movement. What can your agency do to prepare for review, redaction, and release of your retroactive records?

This whitepaper tells the story of California’s SB 1421 and offers solutions to address police reform in your own jurisdiction.  

Download the whitepaper to learn more about:

  • Legislation rollout
  • Practical impacts on agency operations
  • Guidelines and 7 key solutions for other states

By GovQA