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After Action Reports
After action reports are typically lengthy reports that detail what happened during a major incident (such as a significant protest), what the police believe did and did not go well, and recommendations for future incidents.
Tips for filing this request
Tightly limit the time frame, location and incident that occurred, and include that this information should encompass any lessons learned. Police reports offer the official view of a incident, including sympathies and biases, and usually include information about the equipment and tactics used.
Sample FOIA request of this type
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