Police, of course, are due some privacy in their jobs. Their addresses must not be made public, nor information about their families, for example.
the incident, which cost the city a $4.2 million settlement. Justice Goodwin Liu observed that police wear identifying name plates in public, and Justice Marvin Baxter questioned whether police agencies would withhold names of officers who had performed heroically.
From left to right, California Supreme Court Justices, Joyce Kennard, Tani Cantil Sakauye, Marvin Baxter, Ming Chin and Goodwin Liu, enter a courtroom during a California State Supreme Court hearing in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)The California Supreme Court appears poised to make the correct decision, favoring the public's right to know the names of police officers involved in shootings over the officers' desire for privacy.
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After the Long Beach shooting in 2010 that took the life of Douglas Zerby, a Los Angeles Times reporter filed a Public Records Act request with the city of Long Beach for the names of the officer who had shot the unarmed man. The Long Beach Police Officers Association sued to enjoin the request, arguing that identifying officers involved in the shooting would put their Black Nike Air Max 95
But when they put on the badge, they become employees of the public. And when they employ the ultimate means against a member of the public shooting someone, especially Nike Air Max 95 Junior Grey to death their privacy desires are not to be overvalued against the employer public's right to know who they are.
The public should know, for example, if an officer has been involved in a series of shooting incidents. It should know if a shooting is an isolated incident for that officer.
safety at risk. The association lost at trial and on appeal before appealing to the state Supreme Court.
consideration is from Long Beach, where police officers fatally shot a man holding a garden hose nozzle, which they mistook for a gun.
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