Are Police Reports Public Knowledge?

Answer Police records can be public knowledge, depending on the state. Most states are lenient with these records and will provide police reports when requested. This means a person must file a request to... Read More »

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Are police reports public records?

Police records are open to the public through the Freedom of Information Act. The Federal FOI Act states that the public has a right to access records that document public business. All states have... Read More »

Is bankruptcy public knowledge?

When you file for bankruptcy, your bankruptcy petition is entered into public record. Anyone who knows where you filed your petition can then research it and read the details of the case. Public re... Read More »

How to Access Police Reports in New Jersey?

New Jersey police departments make it relatively easy to access police reports depending on what type of information you are seeking. Police reports in any state are public information and any resi... Read More »

What is the purpose of police reports?

Police reports serve an important role in documenting incidents for criminal and civil purposes. For use in court, insurance claims, or to simply keep a record for future use, police reports are a... Read More »