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Internal affairs

TRENTON, N.J. — An internal affairs report relating to a former police director who resigned after an investigation into claims he frequently used racist and sexist language to refer to other police department employees should be disclosed under the common law right of access, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled.

Read the opinion here.

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