Hemet POA Response to The Press Enterprise

The Press Enterprise recently served a Public Records Act Request on the City of Hemet seeking information related to Officer Involved Shootings that have occurred in the City of Hemet over the course of the past 10 years.  On Thursday October 9, 2014 the Hemet Police Officer’s Association filed a request for a temporary restraining order as well as permanent injunction preventing the City from releasing the information until a court can make a judicial determination regarding the legality of such a disclosure.  The Hemet POA did this in order to protect officer’s privacy that is guaranteed to them under the laws of the State of California and ensure that no information is released that will endanger the safety of any former or current Hemet Police Officer.
 
The HPOA believes in the legal process and is confident the courts will agree that the public release of such information is also in violation of Marsy’s Law, which was adopted by the State of California on November 8th, 2008.
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