Bill Summaries: S582 PRIVACY/PROTECT LAW OFFICER PERSONAL INFO.

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  • Summary date: Apr 2 2013 - More information

    Enacts new GS 134-1.14 as the title indicates. Provisions prohibiting disclosure of certain information apply to current or former law enforcement officers. Prohibits the disclosure of the (1) home address, (2) personal telephone number, (3) personal email address, and (4) information concerning an officer's family members without the officer's written consent. Also identifies the information about a law enforcement officer that may be released as a public record.


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