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Our Police Blotter Policy
The Harlem Valley News routinely publishes reports provided by local police agencies under its Police Blotter category.
The items published in this category come directly from police agencies. Nothing in those reports should be construed to be a finding of guilt; they are a record of the actions taken on a given day by these agencies.
We have a few policies concerning the use of these items:
1. Police consider any incident where a ticket is issued to be an “arrest”. We recognize that people generally believe an arrest is when someone is handcuffed, fingerprinted and taken before a judge. This is not a perfect process but if a police agency sees fit to send out information to us we will post it.
2. We do not publish the names of juveniles involved in incidents, unless the police name the juvenile.
3. We will remove a police blotter item from our system only if the person involved has had all charges related to the incident in question dropped, or if the person is found not guilty after a trial and notified us with appropriate documentation. We will also remove any blotter post after a month upon general request by the individual involved.
4. We will, in some instances, remove names and identifying information of people involved in police blotter items if there is a safety or other risk to that person or others under the same roof.
5. We are always happy to amend the record of an event if the information provided to us is deficient or wrong. Notify us.