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Posted at 12:37 PM ET, 08/10/2010

D.C. police group files suit against Fenty

By Washington Post editors

The D.C Fraternal Order of Police filed suit Tuesday against Mayor Adrian M. Fenty’s administration, alleging it failed to respond to a request for information about how the District's police department works with Peaceoholics.

In the suit filed in D.C. Superior Court, the FOP seeks judicial relief because it alleges the administration “has delayed its response” to a freedom of information act request filed last month.

The group is backing Vincent C. Gray in the mayor's race.

The request, filed with the Office of Chief Technology Officer, seeks all documents between Jan. 1 2007 and July 17 about how the police department responds to requests from Peaceoholics and whether the agency uses government resources to assist the group. The request also seeks information on whether the police department has ever evaluated whether Peaceoholics is effective.

Under D.C. law, government agencies are expected to comply with a Freedom of Information Act. request within 15 days, although a 10-day extension can be granted in “unusual circumstances.”

Kristopher Baumann, chairman of the local FOP lodge, said the administration has yet to respond.

For more details check out the D.C. Wire.

By Washington Post editors  | August 10, 2010; 12:37 PM ET
Categories:  Crime and Public Safety, DC  
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Comments

Wow!

Posted by: drfields | August 11, 2010 1:48 AM | Report abuse

King Fenty has everyone mad at him. You don't mess with the FOP or Law Enforcement and get them mad at you. LOL

Posted by: Ward4DC | August 11, 2010 2:21 AM | Report abuse

FOP is backing someone who is probably going to stab them in the back later.

Posted by: UnknownHenson | August 11, 2010 7:39 AM | Report abuse

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