In 2019, law enforcement agencies started to release police personnel records in response to PRA requests related to newly defined critical incidents. Now, in 2022, a new law has expanded access to police records and has redefined many rules related to the timing and treatment of those records. With a one-year delay on the enforcement of this new law, law enforcement agencies are rightfully confused about their obligations to release records under the PRA. Join these panelists for an in-depth look at the state of police records, focusing on an overview of SB 16.
Steve Shaw, Partner | Sloan Sakai Yeung & Wong LLP
David Mastagni, Partner | Mastagni Holstedt
Nikki Moore, Assistant District Attorney | San Francisco District Attorney’s Office