Is police use of force public record?

Is police use of force public record?

There are 2 comments on the New Jersey Herald story from Jun 2, 2009, titled Is police use of force public record?. In it, New Jersey Herald reports that:

By SETH AUGENSTEIN and TOM HOWELL JR. [email protected] A woman has filed a tort claim against Andover Township and its police force for entering her home last November, handcuffing her in her bedroom, and allegedly assaulting her during an investigation into her welfare.

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just me

Newton, NJ

#1 Jun 6, 2009
Thumbs up to the Andover woman hope she wins in court. Something similar happened to me in another sussex county town and was told by a lawyer it would cost alot of money to continue the matter leagally. Hard to feel safe huh! Good Luck

“follow, obey, baaaah”

Since: Jun 09

sussex county

#2 Jun 15, 2009
I agree, I hope she wins too. These guys need to act within the law. When they cross that line, even a little, then they need to be brought back in line.

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