Massachusetts SWAT Raid Records Protected by 501c3 Status?


July 31, 2014 – SWAT teams in Massachusetts run by law enforcement councils claim they are private corporations and not subject to open records laws. But they oversee public police activities, which are paid for with tax dollars.

So how can these organizations keep the people from obtaining records on SWAT raids? Radley Balko explains how a 501c3 does it in this article for the Washington Post:

View the article here.