How do I request to have references to my arrest record removed from publicly posted police logs?

In order to have any reference to your arrest removed from public facing police logs, social media, or other posts on the City of Lebanon website, you must apply and be approved for a court-ordered annulment. 

Once an approved annulment is received from the court, the police department removes any mention of the arrest from the City website and social media networks. 

An annulment must be requested from the court where the conviction occurred. If you were just arrested but never found guilty, the annulment would need to be filed in the court where the case was heard. 

We do not control references to any arrests that may be posted on websites not controlled by the City of Lebanon to include, but not limited to; news and media pages, blogs, search engines, and social media.

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