Old Saybrook appeals state order to release former cop’s exit interview – New Haven Register

By Meghan Friedmann

A state order for the disclosure of an Old Saybrook police officer’s exit interview is facing a legal challenge.
The Old Saybrook Police Department has filed a complaint in New Britain Superior Court appealing a Freedom of Information Commission decision to require disclosure of the exit interview.
Releasing the document would constitute an invasion of Chief of Police Michael Spera’s personal privacy and is not in the public interest, the OSPD argues in the Aug. 9 complaint. (Read More)

Old Saybrook Police Withhold Patrolman’s Exit Interview, Citing ‘Personal Privacy’ of Chief – Connecticut Examiner


By Emilia Otte

OLD SAYBROOK — The state Freedom of Information Commission last week ordered the town’s police department to release the exit interview of former Old Saybrook Patrolman Justin Hanna, but the department has so far declined to release the document. (Read More)