Flagstaff, AZ – If you’re looking for information held by a public office, we all have the right to do a public records request. Generally, Arizona law requires every public body to maintain all records of disciplinary actions, including the employee responses to all disciplinary actions.
This includes politicians, politicians’ employees, police officers, chiefs of police, sheriff’s deputies, prosecutors, public defenders, school board members, and all other public officials. Those records must then be “open to inspection and copying” under most circumstances.
How do I create a public records request in Arizona?
Both Arizona state law, and the federal Freedom of Information Act are on your side. If you are looking for Arizona public records, contact me now using the link at the top of this page.
For a low rate, I can put together a solid public records request, with all of the legal citations you need, for you to make sure you get the information you’re looking for.