Body-worn cameras

Luke Stoddard Nathan filed this request with the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services of New York.
Due Oct. 27, 2017
Est. Completion April 26, 2018
Status
Awaiting Response

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From: Luke Stoddard Nathan

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the New York State Freedom of Information Law (1977 N.Y. Laws ch. 933), I hereby request the following records:

(a) any and all records related to a presentation or discussion on body-worn cameras at “Excellence in Policing Symposium for Local, County and State Law Enforcement Executives” in Saratoga Springs, NY on or around June 2, 2017. The event is further described in this press release (http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/pio/press_releases/2017-06-02_pressrelease.html).
(b) The New York State Municipal Police Training Council’s most recently updated Body-Worn Camera Model Policy.
(c) any and all meeting minutes of New York State Municipal Police Training Council created since January 1, 2016 that reference body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(d) any other records created or updated since January 1, 2016—excluding those responsive to (a), (b) or (c)—that reflect formal guidance, recommendations, or policies pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(e) any and all records created or updated since January 1, 2015 that reflect statistical or factual tabulations or data pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.

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 5 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Luke Stoddard Nathan

From: New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services

Dear Mr. Nathan:

This will acknowledge receipt of your Freedom of Information Law request below for the following records:

(a) any and all records related to a presentation or discussion on body-worn cameras at “Excellence in Policing Symposium for Local, County and State Law Enforcement Executives” in Saratoga Springs, NY on or around June 2, 2017. The event is further described in this press release (http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/pio/press_releases/2017-06-02_pressrelease.html).
(b) The New York State Municipal Police Training Council’s most recently updated Body-Worn Camera Model Policy.
(c) any and all meeting minutes of New York State Municipal Police Training Council created since January 1, 2016 that reference body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(d) any other records created or updated since January 1, 2016—excluding those responsive to (a), (b) or (c)—that reflect formal guidance, recommendations, or policies pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(e) any and all records created or updated since January 1, 2015 that reflect statistical or factual tabulations or data pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
Please be advised that your request is under active review and you may expect a formal response to inquiry within twenty business days.

Very truly yours,

Valerie Friedlander
Records Access Officer

From: New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services

Dear Mr. Nathan:

This is in response to your Freedom of Information Law request for the following records:

a) any and all records related to a presentation or discussion on body-worn cameras at “Excellence in Policing Symposium for Local, County and State Law Enforcement Executives” in Saratoga Springs, NY on or around June 2, 2017. The event is further described in this press release (http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/pio/press_releases/2017-06-02_pressrelease.html).
(b) The New York State Municipal Police Training Council’s most recently updated Body-Worn Camera Model Policy.
(c) any and all meeting minutes of New York State Municipal Police Training Council created since January 1, 2016 that reference body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(d) any other records created or updated since January 1, 2016—excluding those responsive to (a), (b) or (c)—that reflect formal guidance, recommendations, or policies pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(e) any and all records created or updated since January 1, 2015 that reflect statistical or factual tabulations or data pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
Please be advised that your request is in process and we anticipate that a formal response to your inquiry will be provided to you by January 30, 2018. This additional time to respond is required to locate and review any records that are responsive to your request.

Very truly yours,

Valerie Friedlander
Records Access Officer

From: New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services

Dear Mr. Nathan:

This is in response to your Freedom of Information Law request for the following records:

a) any and all records related to a presentation or discussion on body-worn cameras at “Excellence in Policing Symposium for Local, County and State Law Enforcement Executives” in Saratoga Springs, NY on or around June 2, 2017. The event is further described in this press release (http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/pio/press_releases/2017-06-02_pressrelease.html).
(b) The New York State Municipal Police Training Council’s most recently updated Body-Worn Camera Model Policy.
(c) any and all meeting minutes of New York State Municipal Police Training Council created since January 1, 2016 that reference body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(d) any other records created or updated since January 1, 2016—excluding those responsive to (a), (b) or (c)—that reflect formal guidance, recommendations, or policies pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(e) any and all records created or updated since January 1, 2015 that reflect statistical or factual tabulations or data pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
Please be advised that your request is in process and we anticipate that a formal response to your inquiry will be provided to you by March 1, 2018. This additional time to respond is required to locate and review any records that are responsive to your request.

Very truly yours,

Valerie Friedlander
Records Access Officer

From: New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services

Dear Mr. Nathan:

This is in response to your Freedom of Information Law request for the following records:

1. any and all records related to a presentation or discussion on body-worn cameras at “Excellence in Policing Symposium for Local, County and State Law Enforcement Executives” in Saratoga Springs, NY on or around June 2, 2017. The event is further described in this press release (http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/pio/press_releases/2017-06-02_pressrelease.html).
(b) The New York State Municipal Police Training Council’s most recently updated Body-Worn Camera Model Policy.
(c) any and all meeting minutes of New York State Municipal Police Training Council created since January 1, 2016 that reference body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(d) any other records created or updated since January 1, 2016—excluding those responsive to (a), (b) or (c)—that reflect formal guidance, recommendations, or policies pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(e) any and all records created or updated since January 1, 2015 that reflect statistical or factual tabulations or data pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.

Please be advised that your request is still in process and we anticipate that a formal response to your inquiry will be provided to you by March 22, 2018. This additional time to respond is required due to the extensive volume of foil requests the Division is responding to, and the time required to locate, compile, and conduct a legal review of the responsive records.

Very truly yours,

Valerie Friedlander
Records Access Officer

From: New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services

Dear Mr. Nathan:

This is in response to your Freedom of Information Law request below for the following records:
a) any and all records related to a presentation or discussion on body-worn cameras at “Excellence in Policing Symposium for Local, County and State Law Enforcement Executives” in Saratoga Springs, NY on or around June 2, 2017. The event is further described in this press release (http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/pio/press_releases/2017-06-02_pressrelease.html).
(b) The New York State Municipal Police Training Council’s most recently updated Body-Worn Camera Model Policy.
(c) any and all meeting minutes of New York State Municipal Police Training Council created since January 1, 2016 that reference body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(d) any other records created or updated since January 1, 2016—excluding those responsive to (a), (b) or (c)—that reflect formal guidance, recommendations, or policies pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.
(e) any and all records created or updated since January 1, 2015 that reflect statistical or factual tabulations or data pertaining to body-worn cameras or body-worn camera programs.

Please be advised that your request is in process and we anticipate that a formal response to your inquiry will be provided to you by April 26, 2018. This additional time to respond is required due to the extensive volume of foil requests the Division is responding to, and the time required to locate, compile, and conduct a legal review of the responsive records.

Very truly yours,

Valerie Friedlander
Records Access Officer

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