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    Is that a list of all the calls the whole day??

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    Looked like a news paper. My wife's little town paper, a crossroads kind of town in SC, prints such stuff, the "who got arrested over the weekend" kind of stuff. If it were not for the local cop shop putting out this stuff then the viability of the local paper is severely compromised. Those "news" articles are what keeps me paying for the "local paper" to be sent to my house in MO. Keeping up on my high school buddies so to speak.

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    And that is why I will not 'subscribe' to my little local newsrag, that it will not name names or be the citizen's watchdog. It eschews controversy, begging privacy.
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    I find it is put out by my city gov. http://www.cob.org/PIRPressSummary/

    This is my tax dollars at work. I am aware of the crime in my neighborhood and what areas of my personal security to enhance. Burglary in the area? Remind the Family to second check locks. I had a run in with a local LEO and it showed on the report. He (officer allen bass) lied his a$$ off in the report and I was greatly offended. If I had not seen it, the record may have stood. By seeing it, I had the opportunity to contest it. I want to see what they are doing. I want transparency to the extreme. Getting arrested is a matter of public record. Seeing this information is just another way of arming yourself with knowledge. It's good for situational awareness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSG Laigaie View Post
    I find it is put out by my city gov. http://www.cob.org/PIRPressSummary/

    This is my tax dollars at work. I am aware of the crime in my neighborhood and what areas of my personal security to enhance. Burglary in the area? Remind the Family to second check locks. I had a run in with a local LEO and it showed on the report. He (officer allen bass) lied his a$$ off in the report and I was greatly offended. If I had not seen it, the record may have stood. By seeing it, I had the opportunity to contest it. I want to see what they are doing. I want transparency to the extreme. Getting arrested is a matter of public record. Seeing this information is just another way of arming yourself with knowledge. It's good for situational awareness.
    I read your explanation on another thread, and I thought I should give it a go to see what information the system might divulge when my name is entered. Now I wish I had remembered to keep track of when my highway patrol encounter took place.
    Anyone know if a FOIA request can be done on ALL LEO encounters had by an individual?

    OT: even the "Police Beat" section in the daily university newspaper has more entries than that slow-livin' town. Sounds peaceful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Young Man View Post
    I read your explanation on another thread, and I thought I should give it a go to see what information the system might divulge when my name is entered. Now I wish I had remembered to keep track of when my highway patrol encounter took place.
    Anyone know if a FOIA request can be done on ALL LEO encounters had by an individual?

    OT: even the "Police Beat" section in the daily university newspaper has more entries than that slow-livin' town. Sounds peaceful.
    A FOIA request can be done specific to an individual...why not?

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