Laws Governing Access to Police Personnel Records

Presented by

Christine N. Wood; Director of PRA Services & E-Discovery Counsel; Best Best & Krieger LLP

About this talk

In 2019, California made wide-sweeping changes to laws that govern law enforcement records. First, certain police officer personnel record release changes went into effect on Jan. 1, 2019. Next, the laws governing body camera footage release changed on July 1. The result is that police departments are now obligated to produce police personnel records and video and audio files to the public - despite their potentially gruesome and confidential nature. In this session, participants will learn the best practices for handling PRA requests for law enforcement records, as well as what information and images are subject to redaction Presented by experts: Christine N. Wood; Director of PRA Services & E-Discovery Counsel; Best Best & Krieger LLP

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