Re: [infoguys-list] Emergency Call Information and Freedom of Information Act...
- Claude -
You can actually get an entire transcript as well as a copy of the audio.
However, an attorney does need to move swiftly as those tapes aren't kept
forever unless requested.
I do not believe it comes under the auspices of the FOIA. The call also
does not qualify under the PRA if I'm not mistaken. This is not a public
record as defined by statute having anything to do with the internal workings
of our government, per se.
If the 911 call is relevant to a criminal case, it is probably already
preserved by the People of the State of CA. However, I wouldn't take any
chances and I've have the attorney contact the communication center involved
Sarkis Detective Agency
1346 Ethel Street
Glendale, CA 91207-1826
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