The records of certain disciplined police officers can now be made public based on a decision by the Appellate Division, which upheld a pair of directives by the state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.

“The Attorney General’s mandate to publish the names of those officers having been terminated, demoted or suspended for more than five days, appears to us neither arbitrary nor capricious and, instead, consistent with existing law and evolving public policy,” wrote the panel, comprised of Appellate Division Judges Mitchell Ostrer, Allison Accurso and Francis Vernoia.

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