Although a city's policy with regard to investigating allegations of sexual harassment states that "[i]nformation concerning any complaint will only be shared or released on a need-to-know basis," such representation is not a state statute which provides the clear, affirmative statement of confidentiality required to shield the records from public disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.
Stacom v. Personnel Director, City of New Britain
Freedom of Information Commission
October 29, 2012
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