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City of Brinkley, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:25
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:2
Aggravated Assault:18
Property Crime:108
Larceny Theft:61
Motor Vehicle Theft:3
City of Brinkley, Census Data
Information About People and Demographics
Total population of residents3,188
White resident population recorded1,447
Black or African American resident population recorded1,645
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded10
Asian resident population recorded25
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded0
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded47
Resident population of some other race recorded21
Resident population of two or more races recorded40
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Q: Where do I find information on an accident occurring on or about September 1,2014?
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Q: Is is more difficult to get public records today?
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The straight forward answer is that in some ways it easier to get records and others more difficult.
The two forces pulling legislation is between privacy versus transparency. Each have their own advocates, groups and other interested parties along with plenty of arguments on both sides. On one end we would like to enjoy privacies every individual should have, while demanding transparency of our government and its multitude of agencies, officials and various documents. The last part, various documents, is where the two camps often cross paths. You can invade a person’s privacy while obtaining public records as documents can contain information we as individuals would not like others to see.

The vulnerability of private information

Sensitive personal information can be found in a variety of public records held by different government agencies and you do not need to search for long before coming to this realization. It has become common wisdom to search your own name to see what is out there about all of us, legally and readily available, which also means without notice to the person being searched. The policies protecting records such as driving history and credit checks does not apply to large number of information held by other agencies. Privacy advocates have a good point when it comes to arguing erroneous information about a person, posing questions such as “where is the credibility and accountability?” “how easily and quickly can the erroneous data be removed?”. There are good points on both sides, but the biggest recent boost to privacy advocates arsenal has been identity theft.

The argument from transparency advocates

On the opposite end is government transparency. The priority is sought by both privacy as well as transparency advocates. Since we can not pass legislation for each document, we have statutes which try to cover as many scenarios as possible. Just as privacy advocate groups have identity theft to use as a strong popular argument, transparency advocates have headlines such as Eric Snowden and the NSA wiretaps. There is overreach from both sides to secure their position with legislatures. Transparency advocates seek accountability and see their proposed policies as a major tool to fight against department abuses. Amongst all the debate, one must realize that they’re viewing information which may not have come directly from a government source. That is even a greater factor due to the information we divulged out there on the internet. Information you make public on social media sites for example can be shared and viewed in other places. Image the impression a future employer or colleague would have of you when viewing your personal Facebook page.

Who should be held responsible?

We already have legislation outlawing abuses on either side, whether privacy concerns or transparency. Agencies have a duty to protect private non public information about individuals and must be held accountable when they aren’t. The custodian of the record is the first defense against identity thieves and other abuses. Factors such as mismanagement, lack of oversight makes is realistic and a serious issue. How much should agencies be reasonable held accountable for? Information can be stolen from any source holding data, not solely from government agencies, so only a fair amount of expectation is reasonable. Responsibility is easy to find since the law is clear on guidelines, however, the balance between privacy and transparency is the ultimate resolution.

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211-cv-00207 brinkley v helena-west helena arkansas et al

June 11 2014

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414-bk-12990 kenneth e brinkley

May 30 2014

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211-cv-00111 conyears et al v brinkley school district et al

May 09 2014

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