Police, Privacy & Public Exposure
Join FAC Nov. 10, 5:30-7:30 SF Public Library
Please join the First Amendment Coalition and a panel of distinguished law-enforcement access experts for a discussion focused on the important issues of public oversight and access to law enforcement. Make your reservations today! Admission is free; seating is limited!
WATCH NOW: Pulling Back the Blue Curtain
Examing police secrecy vs the public’s right to know
On Sept. 16, FAC’s Peter Scheer, Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean of UC Irvine School of Law, and a panel of distinguished law-enforcement access attorneys tackled issues of police secrecy and the public’s right to know about law enforcement tactics. If you missed the sold-out event, you’re in luck! Watch the 90-minute video right now!
PULLING BACK THE BLUE CURTAIN
Accessing law enforcement records (Video)
You might want to put on welding goggles and spf 50 sunscreen because more than a few sparks fly when FAC’s Peter Scheer and KPCC’s Frank Stoltze ask the panel of law-enforcement-access experts: “How much access to police records is warranted; how much is too much?
PUBLIC BUSINESS; PRIVATE EMAIL
A model policy for local governments
When public officials conduct the public’s business using emails — from a .gov public account or their private email account–the public should have access. Easier said than done. FAC offers a simple, practical model policy for local governments’ management of email.