Mar 152017
 March 15, 2017  Posted by  Laws

William Petroski reports:

The Iowa Senate approved a bill Wednesday providing for the confidentiality of personal information about Iowa law enforcement officers in an effort to protect their safety.

Sen. Dan Dawson, R-Council Bluffs, who is an Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation agent, said the legislation is a response to “numerous instances” over the years in which Iowa law enforcement officers and their families have expressed concerns about personal information being disclosed to individuals.

Read more on Des Moines Register.

  2 Responses to “Bill protecting personal data of law enforcement officers passes Iowa Senate”

  1. Gee, I have the same concerns. Wouldn’t all Americans have similar concerns?

  2. I guess we’re just not “special” enough. 🙁

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