Open-records advocates decry Judicial Council recommendation


A recent recommendation from the Kansas Judicial Council is a serious setback to opening up footage from police body cameras, open-records advocates say.

The council, made up of judges, lawyers and legislators, recommended against passing bills requiring law enforcement to make the footage public.

The panel opposed two bills considered last year that would have required law enforcement agencies to disclose an audio or video recording . . .


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