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California has moved to decertify more than 200 police officers. In some cases, the reasons why are secret

State Sen. Nancy Skinner, the Berkeley Democrat who wrote the laws that opened some police records to the public, said the Chronicle review indicates that the categories of disclosable records aren’t broad enough to include everything that might cause the state to strip an officer of his or her badge.

“It’s a limited set of misconduct that we’ve been able to so far open up to public access,” she said. “There certainly could be other categories of misconduct to add.”


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