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The Utah Supreme Court remanded an appeal which asked the court to determine whether the Brigham Young University Police Department is a “governmental entity” subject to the Government Records and Management Act. After the appeal was certified, the legislature amended statute to “explicitly define” police departments of private universities as governmental entities subject to the act.

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Supreme Court remanded an appeal that asked the court to determine whether the Brigham Young University Police Department is a “governmental entity” subject to the Government Records and Management Act. After the appeal was certified, the legislature amended statute to “explicitly define” police departments of private universities as governmental entities subject to the act.

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