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POLICE REFORM

Police Accountability starts with Transparency. 

A Police Accountability Board is made up of citizens from various backgrounds with legal knowledge.  The board members will review police interactions through video to make sure that the citizens have not had their constitutional rights violated.   The board members will also investigate complaints and make recommendations for punishment to the police chief and council members. These complaints will be publicly published and the names of offending officers will be public.  The goal is to have a safe place to live!

I encourage all police chiefs to cooperate with this board so we can avoid deaths, riots, and lawsuits.  The names of towns/cities that join this solution to protect the public will be listed. 

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She was just rear ended, of course she is shaken up! Negative for drugs and alcohol. 

ROANOKE PD

***FAILS***

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT AUDIT

House Bill 2840 Passes!

Texas law says they can’t shut you up at government meetings anymore

 You're now allowed to speak throughout a meeting on agenda items before a vote, not just in a designated time slot.

The bill was sponsored

by state Rep. Terry Canales,

D-Edinburg.

https://www.dallasnews.com/news/watchdog/2019/10/04/cool-new-texas-law-never-heard-means-cant-shut-government-meetings-anymore/

What needs to be submitted to the attorney general:

(A) written comments stating the reasons why the stated exceptions apply that would allow the information to be withheld;

(2) label that copy of the specific information, or of the representative samples, to indicate which exceptions apply to which parts of the copy.

(e-1)

A governmental body that submits written comments to the attorney general under Subsection (e)(1)(A) shall send a copy of those comments to the person who requested the information from the governmental body not later than the 15th business day after the date of receiving the written request. 

Roanoke Police        Department

Refuses to Release dash cam video's of an arrest of the requester.

 

They claim they need an opinion from the AG believing they have an "exception" (not to release).

 

A closed case does not qualify for an exception!

A typical stunt pulled by Police Departments who are trying to cover up their crimes. 

Marilyn S. Brown

 Roanoke Police Records Custodian

(817) 491-8115 work

(817) 491-6053 fax

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