LAS VEGAS — The ACLU of Nevada will appear in court Tuesday morning to fight for transparency from the Clark County School District Police Department.
The organization, which represents two Durango High School students who were attacked by CCSD police officers in February, is seeking the release of incident reports and bodycam footage pursuant to the Nevada Public Records Act. Video of the incident has been shared widely throughout the community — including before the Nevada Legislature — but despite persistent requests from the news media and others, the school district continues to stonewall the release of public records related to the incident, especially body-worn camera footage and incident reports.
ACLU of Nevada v. Clark County School District, Case No. A-23-869216-W, will be heard at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the courtroom of Judge Danielle K. Chio
Regional Justice Center - Courtroom 5B
200 Lewis Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89155
Attorneys, community organizations, and student advocates will be available at the courthouse prior to the hearing. Any other interviews will need to be arranged individually.