Bruce Rosen Quoted in Reporters Committee for Freedom of Press Regarding Police Accountability


Bruce Rosen was quoted in the Reporters Committee for Freedom of Press article “In re Attorney General Law Enforcement Directives 2020-5 and 2020-6.” The article discusses privacy versus public access to law enforcement complaints. 

Quote: “As recent news reporting from around the country demonstrates, access to the names of law enforcement officers sanctioned for serious disciplinary violations allows journalists to report on the conduct of police officers, the culture of law enforcement, and the steps being taken to hold public servants accountable to the communities they serve. This reporting provides public oversight of policing, fosters accountability of law enforcement, and builds trust.”

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