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New policies will mean less public information from law enforcement

9:17 PM, Jul. 8, 2013
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A federal law from 1994 designed to protect personal information on driver's licenses will create more work for local law enforcement agencies while restricting public information.

Beginning Aug. 1, the Portage County Sheriff's Office will start redacting or blacking out personal information its deputies get off a driver's license to comply with the Driver's Privacy Protection Act.

The Sheriff's Office will join the more than 40 law enforcement agencies, including Marathon County Sheriff's Department and the Wausau Police Department, statewide that already are restricting this ...

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