Police (Misc.)

1999 FOIA Changes Made Non-Criminal Incident Reports Subject to FOI for the First Time

Attorney General's Opinion 1983-84 #446A

jail register or list of those incarcerated is subject to disclosure, except for names of juvenile offenders

Attorney General's Opinion 1982-83 #709

Circuit court clerks files that contain certain pre-sentence reports and juvenile records are not subject to disclosure under FOIA.

Attorney General's Opinion 1982-83 #711

Lists of unclaimed property held by the police are exempt from disclosure if they are part of a criminal investigation.

Attorney General's Opinion 1980-81 #391

Arrest warrants and attached papers containing breath analysis results are exempt under FOIA until executed, and not exempt once executed. Official forms used to record the results of breath analyses are excluded from FOIA when their use is restricted to the preliminary determination to charge suspected violators.

Attorney General's Opinion 1975-76 #418

Arrest warrant information is open for public inspection, provided such records are actually maintained by the sheriff's office.

Attorney General's Opinion 1973-74 #241

State police not required to provide copies or allow for inspection of accident reports filed with the DMV, though there's nothing to prevent an officer from vonveying the information verbally or from a person getting the report through the DMV.

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