Concord Monitor: The waiting game on police reports is needless

A traffic accident is a public event that in a great majority of cases, takes place on public property. The public typically pays a price for the accident in police, fire and other costs, and often in lost in time. The details of such events, the names of the people involved, the police report on the accident and the charges filed should, and long were, considered public information.
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