The sheriff's union says police privacy could be 'irreparably harmed' by a new law taking effect Jan. 1. It wants the state Supreme Court to prohibit the release of documents in past cases.
When the "crack baby epidemic" of the 1980s and '90s was raging, many experts offered stark, long-term forecasts. While those were overblown, there still is cause for concern.
San Bernardino County sheriff's union, media group square off over a new law that would allow the release of disciplinary records for police officers.
Justices rejected a request by a San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies union to block the new state law for incidents that occurred before Jan. 1, when the law went into effect.