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Police officers have a “non-trivial” privacy interest in their unit assignments, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled, so the Las Vegas Review-Journal cannot request information regarding police unit assignments related to sex-trafficking cases without showing it will advance a significant public interest.

LAS VEGAS — Police officers have a “non-trivial” privacy interest in their unit assignments, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled, so the Las Vegas Review-Journal cannot request information regarding police unit assignments related to sex-trafficking cases without showing it will advance a significant public interest.

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