San Diego Police Records on Narconon Warner Springs (Scientology Drug Rehab)

R. M. Seibert filed this request with the San Diego Police Department of San Diego County, CA.

It is a clone of this request.

Status
Rejected

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From: R. M. Seibert

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the California's Sunshine Amendment (Cal. Const. Art. I, ยง 3(b)), I hereby request the following records:

All calls for service logs and any related incident reports pertaining to complaints or events that occurred at the Narconon "Sunshine Summit Lodge" drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility located at 35025 Highway 79, Warner Springs, CA 92086. I was previously given an activity log from the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system summarizing the records I am seeking in response to my California Public Records Act request dated May 7, 2015. The date, time and event numbers listed in that "Event Search Summary" report dated 5/14/2015 are re-listed below for ease of reference. I would also appreciate a listing of what the dispatch "Type" codes represent, if this information is not automatically included in the printed output for these records.

Date | Time | Event Num
05/28/12 09:04:11 E11930
08/09/12 07:54:13 E182064
10/30/12 19:09:57 E370904
11/11/12 09:48:17 E396567
01/02/13 23:46:14 E508520
08/09/13 01:22:50 E1013956
08/30/13 06:35:28 E1064305
09/07/13 02:39:07 E1082739
09/21/13 14:53:50 E1116756
09/29/13 20:24:42 E1136124
10/22/13 09:07:19 E1188983
01/28/14 10:34:25 E1406643
06/14/14 18:48:47 E1728764
06/17/14 13:22:16 E1734897
07/17/14 01:22:30 E1806611
08/18/14 01:04:38 E1882879
09/10/14 23:03:16 E1943068
10/14/14 16:19:09 E2027778
10/21/14 09:06:09 E2043607
10/31/14 10:19:08 E2069302
11/01/14 14:00:54 E2071856
12/29/14 14:15:42 E2201096

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 fees cannot be waived, 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, and for the extremely helpful activity log report you promptly supplied in response to my previous records request. You also have my sincerest apologies if my first attempt at obtaining these records was confusing. And I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 calendar days, as the statute requires.

With gratitude,

Ms. R. M. Seibert

From: Toyen, Sanford

Dear Ms. Seibert:

The Sheriff's Department is in receipt of the CPRA request below, dated June 12, 2015.

As I explained to you in my email from May 18, 2015, the CAD log we provided represents the non-exempt records in the possession of the Sheriff's Department that are responsive to your request. Your request for any reports that may have been prepared as a result of these calls for service is once again denied pursuant to Government Code section 6254(f); Haynie v. Superior Court (2001) 26 Cal. 4th 1061; American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Southern California v. Superior Court, 2015 Cal. App. LEXIS 378 (Cal. App. 2d Dist., May 6, 2015).

I have attached a copy of a file explaining the different "Type" codes that appear in the CAD log.

Sincerely,

WILLIAM D. GORE, Sheriff

By: Sanford A. Toyen, Legal Advisor
Office of the Sheriff, Legal Affairs Unit
Tel: (858) 974-2255
Dir: (858) 974-2258
Fax: (858) 974-2262

"Keeping the Peace Since 1850"
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