Culver City Clerk-Footage and Collective Bargaining Agreement

Annette Morasch filed this request with the Culver City clerk of Culver City, CA.
Est. Completion Sept. 18, 2020
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From: Annette Morasch


To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the California Public Records Act, I hereby request the following records:

1. The CCPD's collective bargaining agreement(s) with any and all union for CCPD employees.
2. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the August 4, 2020 at approximately 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. stop of individuals on Westbound CA-90, near the Slauson entrance ramp to the CA-90.
3. All documents identifying the name and title of the individual charged with maintaining police body camera footage
4. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports on the February 25, 2019, incident ID No. 71, wherein the CCPD used a carotid control hold on a Hispanic male.
5. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the January 25, 2019 incident ID No. 51, wherein the CCPD punched a man.
6. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the February 24, 2019 incident ID No. 70, wherein the CCPD tased a black woman.
7. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the April 24, 2019 incident ID No. 107, wherein a black, male citizen suffered head injury during an interaction with the CCPD.
8. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the May 3, 2019 incident ID No. 112, wherein the CCPD used "Pain compliance" on a black male.
9. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the May 18, 2019 incident ID No. 119, wherein the CCPD used "pain compliance" on a Hispanic male.
10. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the July 11, 2019 incident ID No. 213, wherein the CCPD used a carotid control hold on a black male.
11. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the July 21, 2019 incident ID NO. 223, wherein the CCPD punched a Hispanic male.
12. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the July 26, 2019 incident, ID No. 234, wherein the CCPD placed their hands on a male.
13. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the August 11, 2019 incident, ID No. 240, wherein the CCPD tased and punched a white male.
14. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the September 2, 2019, incident ID No. 315, wherein a male Hispanic complained of pain after an interaction with the CCPD.
15. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the September 16, 2019 incident ID No. 374, wherein a black man complained of pain after an interaction with the CCPD.
16. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the October 1, 2019 incident ID No. 384, wherein a white man complained of pain after an interaction with the CCPD.
17. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the October 18, 2019 incident ID No. 396, wherein the CCPD used "pain compliance" on a white man.
18. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the October 27, 2019 incident ID No. 423, wherein the CCPD used "pain compliance" on a Hispanic male.
19. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the December 8, 2019 incident ID No. 551, wherein the CCPD used "pain compliance" on a white man.
20. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the December 14, 2019 incident ID No. 564, wherein the CCPD used "pain compliance" on a Hispanic male.
21. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the of the December 29, 2019 incident ID No. 583, wherein a black female citizen complained of pain after an interaction with the CCPD.
22. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of Luis Martinez's shooting of Leroy Grissom.
23. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, reports and/or findings of any and all traffic collisions from 2015 to the present, involving a CCPD employee.
24. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of rape cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared rape cases.
25. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of sexual assasult cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared sexual assault cases.
26. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of attempted kidnapping cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared attempted kidnapping cases.
27. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of homicide cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared homicide cases.
28. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of robbery cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared robbery cases.
29. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of assault cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared assault cases.
30. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of burglary cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared burglary cases.
31. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of theft cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared theft cases.
32. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of motor vehicle theft cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared motor vehicle theft cases.
33. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of arson cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared arson cases.
34. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of vandalism cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared vandalism cases.
35. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of property crimes other than vandalism cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared property crimes other than vandalism cases.
36. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of financial crimes cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared financial crimes cases.
37. Any report or spreadsheet showing the total number of stolen identity cases in Culver City, from 2015 to the present, and reports or spreadsheets showing the total number of solved or cleared stolen identity cases.
38. Any report or invoice showing the total amount of funds Culver City has spent on attorney's fees and costs, in defending lawsuits against CCPD employees or CCPD, between the years 2010 and the present.
39. Any report or spreadsheet, in native format, of the residence data (zip codes) of those stopped, detained, and/or arrested, by CCPD, between 2010 to the present.
40. Any report or investigation, from 2010 to the present, of CCPD's management of the Culver City jail.
41. The Complaint against CCPD, in the 2011 Davis case, case number SC110955.
42. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident between CCPD employees and Michael Earl Waters on November 27, 2009 at about 9:48 p.m.
43. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident between CCPD employees and Bryant Bracy, on or around September 16, 2020 at about 10:00 p.m.
44. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident between CCPD employees and Andrew Andrews, as reflected in Federal Case No. 2:14-cv-00774, Andrews v. CCPD.
45. All body camera, video camera, and/or dash camera footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident between CCPD employees and Andreas Hernandez, as referred to in Federal Case No. 2:19-cv-01267, Hernandez v. CCPD.
46. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring at the Culver City Police Station on January 27, 2018, involving Dolly Kiosea, as reflected by her Federal Lawsuit Case 2;19-cv-02649.
47. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring with Sheliema Lewis, as referenced in Lewis v. City of Culver City, federal case no. 2:17-cv-07635.
48. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring with Bennie Dashon Story, as referenced in Story v. City of Culver City, state case No. BC525910.
49. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring with Gracie Thompson, as referenced in Thompson v. City of Culver City, state case No. SC110030.
50. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring with Terry Walton on February 4, 2017, as referenced in Walton v. City of Culver City, federal case no. 2:18-cv-02092.
51. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring with Alberta Jackson, as referenced in Jackson v. City of Culver City, federal case no. 2:11-cv-05258.
52. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring with Mary K. Jones, as referenced in Jones v. City of Culver City, federal case no. 2:11-cv-09196.
53. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the February 12, 2014 incident occurring with Gabriel Avina, as referenced in Avina v. City of Culver City, federal case no. 2:15-cv-01362.
54. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the November 8, 2008 incident occurring with Alejandro Jose Erazo, as referenced in the first amended complaint, federal case no. 2:09-cv-04029.
55. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the March 27, 2008 incident occurring with Dimitri Keyes, as referenced in Keyes v. City of Culver City, federal case no. 2:09-cv-03451.
56. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring with Dermot Smith, as referenced in Smith v. City of Culver City, federal case no. cv-12-3144.
57. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, and/or use of force reports of the incident occurring with Douglas Pfingston, as referenced in Pfingston v. City of Culver City, federal case no. 2:13-cv-08172.
58. All body camera, video camera, and/or audio footage, field investigation cards, and arrest data, occurring from five minutes prior to CCPD employee, Carey Grant's March 10, 2018 interaction with Los Angeles Police Captain, Darnell Davenport. The videos and audio footage should last until 5 minutes after the interaction as well.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 calendar days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Annette Morasch

From: Culver City clerk

Dear Annette Morasch:
The City of Culver City ("City") is in receipt of your request for records under the California Public Records Act, California Government Code section 6250 et seq. Please be advised, the City of Culver City is operating under a Local Emergency, due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). City staff is engaged in focusing on crisis management and emergency response, and the majority of City employees are working remotely. As a result, access to many City files and documents may be limited. In addition, there is a concern that responding to lengthy and complicated requests on non-emergency matters may take away valuable staff time from the essential and necessary emergency work.

Culver City values its record of transparency and timely responsiveness to the public. We are asking for your patience at this time, as the City finds it necessary to and is extending the initial 10-day response deadline, or any previously issued extension, by an additional 14 days. In this regard, the City will respond to your request on or before September 14, 2020.

If your request is routine and does not require considerable review and analysis of documents, staff will respond as quickly as possible under the circumstances, if the document is accessible. If your request involves detailed review of documents or emails, or if exempt information will need to be redacted, we ask that you are patient with staff in getting the information to you when time allows. We will keep you apprised of the status of your request.

Sincerely,

City Clerk's Office
City of Culver City
(310) 253-5851
city.clerk@culvercity.org<mailto:city.clerk@culvercity.org>

From: Culver City clerk

Please see attached extension letter. The new due date is September 11, 2020.

Lisa A. Vidra
Senior Deputy City Attorney
City of Culver City
9770 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232
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From: Culver City clerk

Please see attached response to the August 18, 2020 public records request.
Documents will be uploaded to Muckrock.com site under this reference number.

Lisa A. Vidra
Senior Deputy City Attorney
City of Culver City
9770 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232
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From: Culver City clerk

Documents responsive to request, per 9-11-2020 response letter. Additional documents, including additional video, to follow.

From: Culver City clerk

Responsive documents uploaded directly to Muckrock.com site.

Link to video responsive to Request #50:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9xCbrG1q-8&has_verified=1

Lisa A. Vidra
Senior Deputy City Attorney
City of Culver City
9770 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232
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From: Culver City clerk

Davis complaint, responsive to #41

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