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MACC E9-1-1 PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST

PUBLIC DISCLOSURE INFORMATION

The disclosure of MACC E911 records are governed by appropriate state and local regulations. Dispatch center communications are subject to judicial process and may be considered admissible evidence. All phone, radio and Computer Aided Dispatch entries are recorded. The disclosure of MACC E911 records may have certain identifiable details redacted to protect a person's right to privacy. Any redactions made shall be explained in writing.

The Revised Code of Washington (RCW) requires that MACC E911 keeps recording of 911 telephone conversations for 90 (ninety) days.

 

LEGAL BASIS:

  • RCW 42.56 Public Records Act
  • RCW 42.17.250 Public Records
  • WAC 246.100.016 Medical Confidentiality
  • RCW 70.24.022(3) Sexually Transmitted Disease Confidentiality
  • MACC E911 will respond to requests within five (5) business days of receiving the request. In addition, reasonable time may be required for inspection and/or copying of public records.

PUBLIC REQUEST FOR RECORDS

 

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