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Friday, March 03, 2017

Ind. Gov't. - More on: Former Columbus mayor files public records suit against the man she named chief of police"

A story today, with audio, from 1010 WCSI Columbus begins:

Former Columbus Mayor Kristen Brown has had four complaints against the current city office holders for violations of public records laws reviewed by the state since she left office. And most of those complaints were justified says Luke Britt, the state’s public access counselor.

Brown has filed a lawsuit against the city police Chief Jon Rohde for a request she made last year to see the reports about a police investigation involving a sheriff’s department official, his wife, and a county-owned vehicle. Britt found in Brown’s favor when that complaint was made to his office. He issued an advisory opinion saying that the police department did not provide enough information to meet the public access standard in that case, Britt said.

The story includes links to the PAC opinions.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on March 3, 2017 09:33 AM
Posted to Indiana Government