@SuperJD - I understand where you are coming from. In rare instances, police officers can be put in danger for being associated with an arrest. However, being a police officer is a dangerous job in it of itself. I do not thing law enforcement agencies should stop allowing the public to have access to arrest reports.
In the cases where unlawful arrests are made, I think that the officers involved in these arrests should be held accountable. A way for this to happen is to release to the public all of the information involved in the arrest. This includes police officers.
The names of criminals are often times released to the public and spread in the media. This media attention often spurs the criminal to be prosecuted faster. When a law enforcement agent commits a wrongdoing, he or she should be treated the same way that an average citizen is.