Request for deaths records

Kyra Senese filed this request with the Orange County Government of Orange County, FL.
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PRR-64119

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From: Kyra Senese

To whom it may concern:

This is a request pursuant to the Florida Sunshine Law. We are requesting death records dating back to June 19, 2020, to the date this request is ultimately fulfilled, with the following information for each case:

- case number
- decedent name
- date of death
- location of death
- race
- ethnicity
- age
- gender
- occupation/industry
- whether injury/infection occurred at work
- incident location (street address, city, state, ZIP where injury/infection occurred)
- incident date
- decedent residence (street address, city, state, ZIP)
- cause(s) of death, with complete MOD and COD fields (indicating if COVID related)
- contributing factors
- any other accessible, non-exempt information contained in electronic case records

This request is part of an ongoing collaboration involving the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University, the MuckRock Foundation and partner newsrooms across the country. This request is part of a news-gathering process and is intended for educational, not commercial use.

We request expedited processing to the extent possible. This information is critical to the public’s understanding of the coronavirus pandemic and its local impact on public health. Let us know if we can help clarify this request in any way. Please also consider waiving any fees for producing the requested records.

Please provide the data in spreadsheet format as an e-mail attachment.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. We look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 business days.

--
Sincerely,
Kyra Senese
Brown Institute for Media Innovation
kas2317@columbia.edu
630-608-8844

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Public Record Request Number: PRR-64119

Thank you for contacting Orange County Government. Following is confirmation of your request. In accordance with Chapter 119, Florida Statutes and its exemptions, and Section 2.06, Orange County Administrative Regulations, Orange County will comply with the public records law and provide you with an opportunity to inspect the requested public records or provide you with copies or have you make copies of the requested records in a reasonable time period at the applicable rate by Florida law. Your request is currently being reviewed by the respective record custodian(s).

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Public Record Request - Orange County Florida

Contact Information

Name: Kyra Senese
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Request Information

Received: 2020/10/26
Type of Record: Report
Custodian of Record: Health Services | Medical Examiner

Description of Request:
Subject: Florida Sunshine Law Request: Request for deaths records

Message: Orange County Government
SL Office
3rd Floor
201 South Rosalind Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801


October 26, 2020


To whom it may concern:

This is a request pursuant to the Florida Sunshine Law. We are requesting death records dating back to June 19, 2020, to the date this request is ultimately fulfilled, with the following information for each case:

- case number
- decedent name
- date of death
- location of death
- race
- ethnicity
- age
- gender
- occupation/industry
- whether injury/infection occurred at work
- incident location (street address, city, state, ZIP where injury/infection occurred)
- incident date
- decedent residence (street address, city, state, ZIP)
- cause(s) of death, with complete MOD and COD fields (indicating if COVID related)
- contributing factors
- any other accessible, non-exempt information contained in electronic case records

This request is part of an ongoing collaboration involving the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University, the MuckRock Foundation and partner newsrooms across the country. This request is part of a news-gathering process and is intended for educational, not commercial use.

We request expedited processing to the extent possible. This information is critical to the public’s understanding of the coronavirus pandemic and its local impact on public health. Let us know if we can help clarify this request in any way. Please also consider waiving any fees for producing the requested records.

Please provide the data in spreadsheet format as an e-mail attachment.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. We look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 business days.

--
Sincerely,
Kyra Senese
Brown Institute for Media Innovation
kas2317@columbia.edu
630-608-8844

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From: Orange County Government

Hello,

Regarding your public record request:

Contact Type: Business
Name: Kyra Senese
Email: requests@muckrock.com<mailto:requests@muckrock.com>

Description:
Subject: Florida Sunshine Law Request: Request for deaths records

Message: Orange County Government
SL Office
3rd Floor
201 South Rosalind Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801

October 26, 2020

To whom it may concern:

This is a request pursuant to the Florida Sunshine Law. We are requesting death records dating back to June 19, 2020, to the date this request is ultimately fulfilled, with the following information for each case:

- case number
- decedent name
- date of death
- location of death
- race
- ethnicity
- age
- gender
- occupation/industry
- whether injury/infection occurred at work
- incident location (street address, city, state, ZIP where injury/infection occurred)
- incident date
- decedent residence (street address, city, state, ZIP)
- cause(s) of death, with complete MOD and COD fields (indicating if COVID related)
- contributing factors
- any other accessible, non-exempt information contained in electronic case records

This request is part of an ongoing collaboration involving the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University, the MuckRock Foundation and partner newsrooms across the country. This request is part of a news-gathering process and is intended for educational, not commercial use.

We request expedited processing to the extent possible. This information is critical to the public's understanding of the coronavirus pandemic and its local impact on public health. Let us know if we can help clarify this request in any way. Please also consider waiving any fees for producing the requested records.

Please provide the data in spreadsheet format as an e-mail attachment.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. We look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 business days.

--
Sincerely,
Kyra Senese
Brown Institute for Media Innovation
________________________________

Please see the attached documents.

Linda Hull
Administrative Assistant
Orange County Animal Services
Office: 407-254-9144
Website: www.ocnetpets.com<http://www.ocnetpets.com/>

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PLEASE NOTE: Florida has a very broad public records law (F. S. 119).
All e-mails to and from County Officials are kept as a public record.
Your e-mail communications, including your e-mail address may be
disclosed to the public and media at any time.

PLEASE NOTE: Florida has a very broad public records law (F. S. 119).
All e-mails to and from County Officials are kept as a public record.
Your e-mail communications, including your e-mail address may be
disclosed to the public and media at any time.

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