Kansas Senate Guts, Kills Police Transparency Billby Radley Balko
Mar. 27, 2014
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We’ve been following this story here at The Watch for several weeks. In Kansas, police agencies aren’t obligated to turn over documents related to search warrants and affidavits and internal investigations. In fact, such documents are presumptively sealed. You have to convince a judge to force the police to release them.