Illinois State Police "#NoDAPL"

Brian Kroll filed this request with the Illinois State Police of Illinois.
Tracking # PRR-2016-1883
Est. Completion None
Status
No Responsive Documents

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From: Brian Kroll

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (5 ILCS 140/1 to 11), I hereby request the following records:

Any emails sent or received by any employee of Illinois State Police (ISP) between the dates of April 01, 2016 and November 01, 2016 containing the keyword/hashtag "#NoDAPL" or "#DAPL".

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. I would also like to request that the responsive documents/data be provided in a machine readable format or in the original format it was created in, with all original metadata of documents/data intact.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 5 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Brian Kroll

From:

Brian--Your January 9, 2017, request for "DAPL" related emails has been
received. As currently written, this request is unduly burdensome and the
burden on the public body to respond outweighs the public interest in the
information. See 5 ILCS 140/3(g). Therefore, ISP is asking your request
be narrowed to manageable proportions.

Please note the current ISP email system does not allow searches performed
for all mailboxes at one time, but rather, searches can only be done
within a specific user's mailbox. This search is performed by checking
each mailbox individually. Consequently, the current request is unduly
burdensome. Could your request be narrowed in some way? Is there a
specific user or group of users that are of interest to you?

In summary, each ISP employee mailbox would need to be checked
individually to compile the information responsive to your request as
written. The amount of time for processing this request is unduly
burdensome and ISP's burden for responding to the request outweighs the
public interest in the information. Therefore, ISP is requesting an
opportunity to confer with you in an attempt to reduce the request to
manageable proportions. Thank you for considering this request.

Nancy

Nancy G. Easum
FOIA Officer
ISP Legal Office
217/557-1269

From: Brian Kroll

Hi Nacy,

Allow me to narrow my request.

Any emails sent or received by:

Region 3 - District 09 - District Commander Captain Gerald S. Compton
Region 4 - District 12 - District Commander Captain Cory A. Ristvedt
Region 3 - District 14 - District Commander Lieutenant Jon K. Dively
Region 4 - District 18 - Interim District Commander Lieutenant Timothy T. Tyler
Region 3 - District 20 - District Commander Lieutenant Jon K. Dively

Between the dates of April 01, 2016 and November 01, 2016 containing the keyword/hashtag "#NoDAPL", "#DAPL", or without hashtag "NoDAPL", "DAPL".

Thanks for the update, please let me know if you require further narrowing of my request.

-Brian Kroll

From:

01/17/2017

MuckRock.com
Re: FOIA #17-0044

Thank you for writing the Illinois State Police with your request for
information pursuant to the Illinois Freedom of Information Act, 5 ILCS
140/1 et seq.

From:

We responded to your request on 01/17/2017, see attached.

requests@muckrock.com

From: Brian Kroll

Hi Nancy,

Yes, I got a response from you on 10 January asking if I can narrow my request. I replied on 10 January with the below response narrowing my request further. I have not seen a specific response to my narrowed request you asked for. Please advise.

=== 10 January Narrowing Request===
Hi Nacy,

Allow me to narrow my request.

Any emails sent or received by:

Region 3 - District 09 - District Commander Captain Gerald S. Compton
Region 4 - District 12 - District Commander Captain Cory A. Ristvedt
Region 3 - District 14 - District Commander Lieutenant Jon K. Dively
Region 4 - District 18 - Interim District Commander Lieutenant Timothy T. Tyler
Region 3 - District 20 - District Commander Lieutenant Jon K. Dively

Between the dates of April 01, 2016 and November 01, 2016 containing the keyword/hashtag "#NoDAPL", "#DAPL", or without hashtag "NoDAPL", "DAPL".

Thanks for the update, please let me know if you require further narrowing of my request.
========

Thanks!

//Brian Kroll
Lucy Parsons Labs

From:

03/07/2017

MuckRock.com
requests@muckrock.com

FOIR #17-0044

Re: Any emails sent or received by any employee of ISP between the dates
of 04/01/2016 and 11/01/2016 containing the keyword/hashtag "#NoDAPL" or
"#DAPL".

The prior response referred to the emails of the five ISP employees you
listed.
Region 3 - District 09 - District Commander Captain Gerald S. Compton
Region 4 - District 12 - District Commander Captain Cory A. Ristvedt
Region 3 - District 14 - District Commander Lieutenant Jon K. Dively
Region 4 - District 18 - Interim District Commander Lieutenant Timothy T.
Tyler
Region 3 - District 20 - District Commander Lieutenant Jon K. Dively

Those five emails accounts did not contain any reference to " #NoDAPL",
"#DAPL", or without hashtag "NoDAPL", "DAPL". for the time frame searched.
Therefore, ISP does not possess any documents responsive to this
request.

Nancy G. Easum
Freedom of Information Officer
801 S. Seventh St., Suite 1000-S
Springfield, Illinois 62703

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