NYPD Use of Noncommittal 'Glomar' Answer Questioned as Transparency Dodge
Some in the legal community can neither confirm nor deny that the New York City Police Department's policy of using the so-called Glomar doctrine as an exemption to open records requests is a good thing. But all can agree that the CIA-coined nonanswer to requests for information that was typically used in situations involving matters of national security has seen wider use in recent years.
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