John Paff

Should Internal Affairs complainants have to reveal their race and social security number?Police Accountability Project2014-04-29 10:51:11
Elected Official asked to properly fill out his Financial Disclosure FormOpen Government Advocacy Project2014-04-19 11:13:29
Municipal Clerk in Hunterdon County agrees to pay $1,000 OPRA penaltyOpen Government Advocacy Project2014-04-18 11:19:43
Small town in Atlantic County has 19 records custodians and alternatesOpen Government Advocacy Project2014-04-13 11:16:05
IA Complaint against Burlington Township Police SergeantPolice Accountability Project2014-03-21 11:31:00
New Jersey court system cannot produce a basic financial recordOpen Government Advocacy Project2014-03-21 11:22:36
Did Little Egg Harbor retaliate against an Internal Affairs complainant?Police Accountability Project2014-03-19 20:06:01
Somerset County defends its executive session discussionsOpen Government Advocacy Project2014-02-07 04:40:55
Somerset Freeholders questioned on closed meeting practiceOpen Government Advocacy Project2014-01-31 04:34:10
Spotswood school board asked to improve its executive session minutesOpen Government Advocacy Project2014-01-28 04:37:49
OPRA lawsuit against the Governor's OfficeOpen Government Advocacy Project2014-01-20 11:59:21
IA Complaint against Highland Park Police lieutenantPolice Accountability Project2014-01-06 16:45:00
Judge orders disclosure of most information in Warren "Generator-Gate" caseOpen Government Advocacy Project2013-12-20 11:55:41
Oaklyn Councilman busted from Sergeant to Patrol Officer for lyingPolice Accountability Project2013-12-01 15:32:07
Wildwood Crest authorizes $9,500 for "special outside investigator"Police Accountability Project2013-11-29 10:41:00
John Paff
Chair, Open Government Advocacy Project