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Open Records

* Update from College Park Police Chief Ferman Williford:

"Please be advised that requests for public safety data and College Park Police Open Records Requests may be delayed due to a recent network outage. Our information technology team is working diligently to correct the issue and restore operations to full capacity. Your patience is appreciated and we apologize for any inconvenience."

SUBMITTING OPEN RECORDS REQUESTS

Georgia Open records law gives the public the right to see, inspect and copy all "public records."

WHAT IS A PUBLIC RECORD

Public records include documents, papers, letters, maps, books, tapes, photographs, computer based or generated information, data, data fields, or similar material prepared and maintained or received by an agency.

WHAT IS NOT A PUBLIC RECORD
No public official or personnel is required to prepare reports, summaries, or compilations not in existence at the time of an open records request. There are some exceptions to the release of certain records, such as insurance and medical information for personnel, or records that are included as part of an active or pending investigation. Information, such as social security numbers, credit card information, and bank account information, will be redacted from public records prior to disclosure.


CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT AN OPEN RECORDS REQUEST