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Aiken Public Safety Asking For Help From SC Attorney General Concerning Incident Reports Involving Minors

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The City of Aiken wants to hear from South Carolina's attorney general about whether public safety needs to release incident reports when minors are involved.

In a press release, Aiken Department of Public Safety (ADPS) officers say the city wants to know if the department has to release those reports, or if they can release the reports with names and information of the minors redacted.

The city also wants the attorney general to rule whether public safety has to legally confirm whether an incident actually occurred.

Am ADPS spokesperson says the department will not release information on incident reports where the defendant is a minor until the attorney general makes a ruling.

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