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Effective January 1, 2019, California Senate Bill 1421 (SB1421) amended Cal. Penal Code Section 832.7 which generally made all peace and custodial officer personnel records and information confidential and exempt from disclosure, except by motion in a criminal, civil, or administrative action. SB1421 created exceptions from those general confidentiality requirements. Effective January 1, 2022, California Senate Bill 16 (SB16) again amended Cal. Penal Code Section 832.7, which expanded the exceptions to those general confidentiality requirements. To review the legislation, please see the below link:
Pen. Code § 832.7(b)(1)(A)-(E). These records are now available for public inspection and/or copying pursuant to the California Public Records Act (Cal. Govt. Code section 6250, et seq., or the “CPRA”).
This webpage contains documents disclosable under SB 1421 and SB 16 that the Los Angeles Police Department has released through the City of Los Angeles’ online public records request portal (NextRequest). The Department will continue to upload records disclosed pursuant to the CPRA and SB 1421, and SB 16, on THURSDAYS (except on City-observed holidays). Please re-visit this site to view the latest Thursday releases.
If you have questions, you may contact Risk Management and Legal Affairs Division, Public Records and Subpoena Response Section at (213) 847-3615.