BREAKING: Court Says Names of Police Officers in Shootings Must be Disclosed

Today, the California Supreme Court ruled in a 6-1 vote that police agencies can no longer have blanket policies against disclosing names of police officers involved in shootings. 

In their ruling, the state court said that California's law generally requires names to be disclosed. Their decision is expected to reverse a recent statewide trend of police departments leaning towards secrecy in such cases.

Read more about the ruling here.


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