The plain language of C.G.S. §1-215 of the Freedom of Information Act requires only the disclosure of the police blotter information of C.G.S. §1-215(b)(1), specifically, the name and address of the accused, the date, time and place of the arrest and offense charged, and one additional piece of information contained in C.G.S. §1-215(b)(2), namely, either the arrest report, incident report or a news release or other similar report.
Commissioner of Public Safety v. Freedom of Information Commission
Connecticut Appellate Court
August 13, 2012
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