Police cite safety for making radio transmissions private – Journal Inquirer

05/15/2022 By Eric Bedner Some local police departments are encrypting their radio communications to prevent the public from listening in, which police say is an effort to keep their officers safe. Most police communications are considered public information and are subject to the Freedom of Information Act, including those that are encrypted. (Read More)

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