Posted on Mar 11, 1994 in Formal Opinions

Opinion Letter No. 94-01
March 11, 1994
Supplemental Homicide Reports Should Be Disclosed

The OIP found that Supplemental Homicide Reports (Reports) prepared by the police departments of each county and submitted to the Attorney General do not contain any individually identifiable information about victims or offenders. Disclosure of the Reports also would not threaten any law enforcement activity. Thus, the Reports are not protected by any of the UIPA exceptions to disclosure, and they should be made available for public inspection and copying upon request.

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