Comms to/from officer Khanh Phan 2021-01-23 - 2021-01-25

Phil Mocek filed this request with the Tacoma Police Department of Tacoma, WA .
Tracking #

T006832-012521

Est. Completion May 14, 2021
Status
Fix Required

Communications

From: Phil Mocek

To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

From: Tacoma Police Department

We received your request Reference number: T006832-012521 Date received: January 25, 2021 Records Requested: To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

Upload documents directly: https://https://www.muckrock.comhttps://www.muckrock.com/ We make every effort to respond to requests as soon as possible. By state law, we must respond within five (5) business days. The day the request is received does not count as one of the five business days.

From: Tacoma Police Department

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02/01/2021
Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA  02144
RE: PDR # T006832-012521
Dear Phil Mocek,
The City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities has received your public records request dated 1/25/2021, in which you requested the following information:
“To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

Upload documents directly: https://https://www.muckrock.comhttps://www.muckrock.com/ In order to implementappropriate measures to protect our customers and staff, you may experience adelay in service. This is due to city employees working remotely from home and not havingthe ability to perform their duties due to access to physical files,co-workers, or their work site. We will continue to process your request andproduce responsive records as quickly as we can, however, we ask for your understandingthat estimated delivery dates may be longer than usual. With that said, we areattempting to locate and assemble the materials requested and to determinewhether any of the documents are exempt from disclosure and we anticipate thatwe should have responsive documents on or before February 17, 2021. If there arequestions, or delays we will contact you accordingly.
In the meantime, if you should have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Regards,
Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

To monitor the progress or update this request please log into the Public Records Center (https://u8387795.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=nZGH0ylxadMp5hTpNkeAFqJdz3UVSOaF5-2BwNOyx4yTTe3KKd1VYz4o-2FW0p2PAlL-2FOmUu8TgJ-2FaKFzmM3U6e4mcibTqcwzNPM2LZCS5oe892mMEfbxPjr9PRaHHAvMobPhEJa_qS4VBXMYY7q7LHB1rJEh2Ew47xyX1y5gdmpbegu6VacBYcUIuOBKuUttCgvYz2jIL87IXn0WRBWHcvBzaIjpjKYTgn2rlIhfyO9lvnZJJr2kHIVoXRXwnyMynFrLyfjX-2Bnrei8hmmeGqiUoRn-2B2IkU4fLs2xijtwvZcxlcgC6ta1skSSQd564s-2BM6O3-2BFOiNI79Nu6pdibJD1sjuzikaKuVQjxmgH3NcYOKNNgw0e6JpiANROyjB77MhlqjOMwiG-2FIUFIhBoPSdtnXl2HbBAoWSjIRFOD5ZYdoBs-2FzZEqKn2atujTZdJJbk7ZcrFRC-2BUobuo4RhEXqrcxHVMkCZrikkpmqESbbDlW0QCz-2BK-2BjjEE4SUJIR4mZUr9k2NcwsScrfR4ahau2YcaycXqJ44tyQ-3D-3D)

From: Tacoma Police Department

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02/16/2021
Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA  02144
RE: PDR # T006832-012521
Dear Phil Mocek,
The City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities has received your public records request dated 1/25/2021, in which you requested the following information:
“To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

Upload documents directly: https://https://www.muckrock.comhttps://www.muckrock.com/
The City and the Tacoma Police Department have made a diligent and good-faith effort to locaterecords that are responsive to the above request; however, no responsive records have been located. This request is now closed.   Please contact me immediately if you believe that different or additional records should have been provided in response to your request.
Regards,
Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

From: Phil Mocek

Dear Ms. Eddignton,

I received your message of February 17, 2021. In it, you stated that no responsive records were found. It seems unlikely to me that none exist. Mr. Phan was involved in a high-profile incident in which he drove his department-issued vehicle into and over multiple people while on the job. I find it hard to believe that he engaged in no textual communications on that or the following days. Can you describe the search that was made for records responsive to my request?

In the event that the search for responsive records involved this public employee's good-faith search of his personal device, please provide a reasonably detailed affidavit attesting to the nature and extent of that search. Please be aware of the following, quoted from the ["Public Records Act Court Decisions" section][1] of the website of Municipal Research and Services Center, which shows the courts' resolution of conflict between the public's right to oversight of governmental activities and the privacy rights of pubic employees as it pertains to their personal mobile devices:

> West v. Steve Vermillion City of Puyallup, 196 Wn. App. 627 (11/8/2016) – Vermillion, a city councilmember, maintained a private computer on which he maintained some private matters along with some items that related to his position on the city council. West requested the “communications received or posted” through a personal website and associated email account run by the city councilmember. Vermillion refused to provide the documents found at his home, on his personal computer and on his personal email account, citing his rights of privacy under the state and federal constitutions. West sued and the trial court required Vermillion to provide those documents that were public. On appeal, the court affirmed, holding that it was proper to require the production of emails from a personal email account that met the definition of a public record and to require submittal of an affidavit in good faith attesting to the adequacy of the search for the requested records. The court held that the First and Fourth Amendments to the United States Constitution and article I, section 7 of the Washington Constitution do not afford an individual privacy interest in public records contained in the personal email account. In reaching its decision, the court relied on the recent case Nissen v. Pierce County, 183 Wn.2d 863 (2015), which related to records found on a private cellphone. The records, even if they are on a private device, may be subject to disclosure if the person “acts within the scope of his or her employment,” in which case the actions are tantamount to "the actions of the [body] itself." If the records "relate to the conduct of government or the performance of any governmental or proprietary function" and are "prepared, owned, used, or retained by an agency," they are potentially public records subject to disclosure. There is no constitutional privacy right to records that are public records. The possible disclosure of public records does not violate the right to association.

[1]: <http://mrsc.org/Home/Explore-Topics/Legal/Open-Government/Public-Records-Act-Court-Decisions.aspx>

Cordially,
Phil

From: Phil Mocek

Dear Ms. Eddignton,

I received your message of February 17, 2021. In it, you stated that no responsive records were found. It seems unlikely to me that none exist. Mr. Phan was involved in a high-profile incident in which he drove his department-issued vehicle into and over multiple people while on the job. I find it hard to believe that he engaged in no textual communications on that or the following days. Can you describe the search that was made for records responsive to my request?

In the event that the search for responsive records involved this public employee's good-faith search of his personal device, please provide a reasonably detailed affidavit attesting to the nature and extent of that search. Please be aware of the following, quoted from the ["Public Records Act Court Decisions" section][1] of the website of Municipal Research and Services Center, which shows the courts' resolution of conflict between the public's right to oversight of governmental activities and the privacy rights of pubic employees as it pertains to their personal mobile devices:

> West v. Steve Vermillion City of Puyallup, 196 Wn. App. 627 (11/8/2016) – Vermillion, a city councilmember, maintained a private computer on which he maintained some private matters along with some items that related to his position on the city council. West requested the “communications received or posted” through a personal website and associated email account run by the city councilmember. Vermillion refused to provide the documents found at his home, on his personal computer and on his personal email account, citing his rights of privacy under the state and federal constitutions. West sued and the trial court required Vermillion to provide those documents that were public. On appeal, the court affirmed, holding that it was proper to require the production of emails from a personal email account that met the definition of a public record and to require submittal of an affidavit in good faith attesting to the adequacy of the search for the requested records. The court held that the First and Fourth Amendments to the United States Constitution and article I, section 7 of the Washington Constitution do not afford an individual privacy interest in public records contained in the personal email account. In reaching its decision, the court relied on the recent case Nissen v. Pierce County, 183 Wn.2d 863 (2015), which related to records found on a private cellphone. The records, even if they are on a private device, may be subject to disclosure if the person “acts within the scope of his or her employment,” in which case the actions are tantamount to "the actions of the [body] itself." If the records "relate to the conduct of government or the performance of any governmental or proprietary function" and are "prepared, owned, used, or retained by an agency," they are potentially public records subject to disclosure. There is no constitutional privacy right to records that are public records. The possible disclosure of public records does not violate the right to association.

[1]: <http://mrsc.org/Home/Explore-Topics/Legal/Open-Government/Public-Records-Act-Court-Decisions.aspx>

Cordially,
Phil

From: Phil Mocek

Dear Ms. Eddington,

I have not received a response from you or from anyone to my followup on March 2, 2021, regarding my public records request of January 26, 2021. Please advise.

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Tacoma Police Department

03/24/2021

Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02144

RE: PDR # T006832-012521

Dear Phil Mocek,

This email is to notify you we received your emails sent on March 2, 2021 and March 16, 2021 requesting further follow up on your records request T006832-012521. This request was sent to legal for review and we wanted to advise you that further research was done and responsive records were located. I have re-opened your request in GovQA to continue processing the request until it is fulfilled; there is no need to open a new request. I will also be sending this email in GovQa where correspondence and the records will be provided.

Please note, we are continuing to review and analyze responsive records that were located for any exemptions that may apply and will be providing responsive records in a series of installments due to the size and scope of your request. Producing records in installments ensures we provide you with the fullest assistance and most timely production of records. The first installment of responsive records is now available for your review. To download the records to your request, please log in to your GovQA portal.

We anticipate the second installment of records to be available on or before April 2, 2021.

Carly Eddington, CPRO
Public Disclosure Analyst
Management Services Office
City of Tacoma
3628 S. 35th Street
Email: ceddington@cityoftacoma.org<mailto:ceddington@cityoftacoma.org>

From: requests@muckrock.com <requests@muckrock.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2021 11:11 AM
To: Eddington, Carly <CEddington@cityoftacoma.org>
Subject: RE: Washington Public Records Act Request #T006832-012521

Tacoma Police Department
Washington Public Records Act Office
3701 South Pine Street
Tacoma, WA 98409

March 16, 2021

This is a follow up to request number T006832-012521:

Dear Ms. Eddington,

I have not received a response from you or from anyone to my followup on March 2, 2021, regarding my public records request of January 26, 2021. Please advise.

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

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On March 2, 2021:
Subject: RE: Washington Public Records Act Request #T006832-012521
Dear Ms. Eddignton,

I received your message of February 17, 2021. In it, you stated that no responsive records were found. It seems unlikely to me that none exist. Mr. Phan was involved in a high-profile incident in which he drove his department-issued vehicle into and over multiple people while on the job. I find it hard to believe that he engaged in no textual communications on that or the following days. Can you describe the search that was made for records responsive to my request?

In the event that the search for responsive records involved this public employee's good-faith search of his personal device, please provide a reasonably detailed affidavit attesting to the nature and extent of that search. Please be aware of the following, quoted from the ["Public Records Act Court Decisions" section][1] of the website of Municipal Research and Services Center, which shows the courts' resolution of conflict between the public's right to oversight of governmental activities and the privacy rights of pubic employees as it pertains to their personal mobile devices:

> West v. Steve Vermillion City of Puyallup, 196 Wn. App. 627 (11/8/2016) – Vermillion, a city councilmember, maintained a private computer on which he maintained some private matters along with some items that related to his position on the city council. West requested the “communications received or posted” through a personal website and associated email account run by the city councilmember. Vermillion refused to provide the documents found at his home, on his personal computer and on his personal email account, citing his rights of privacy under the state and federal constitutions. West sued and the trial court required Vermillion to provide those documents that were public. On appeal, the court affirmed, holding that it was proper to require the production of emails from a personal email account that met the definition of a public record and to require submittal of an affidavit in good faith attesting to the adequacy of the search for the requested records. The court held that the First and Fourth Amendments to the United States Constitution and article I, section 7 of the Washington Constitution do not afford an individual privacy interest in public records contained in the personal email account. In reaching its decision, the court relied on the recent case Nissen v. Pierce County, 183 Wn.2d 863 (2015), which related to records found on a private cellphone. The records, even if they are on a private device, may be subject to disclosure if the person “acts within the scope of his or her employment,” in which case the actions are tantamount to "the actions of the [body] itself." If the records "relate to the conduct of government or the performance of any governmental or proprietary function" and are "prepared, owned, used, or retained by an agency," they are potentially public records subject to disclosure. There is no constitutional privacy right to records that are public records. The possible disclosure of public records does not violate the right to association.

[1]: <http://mrsc.org/Home/Explore-Topics/Legal/Open-Government/Public-Records-Act-Court-Decisions.aspx>

Cordially,
Phil
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On Feb. 25, 2021:
Subject: RE: Washington Public Records Act Request #T006832-012521
Dear Ms. Eddignton,

I received your message of February 17, 2021. In it, you stated that no responsive records were found. It seems unlikely to me that none exist. Mr. Phan was involved in a high-profile incident in which he drove his department-issued vehicle into and over multiple people while on the job. I find it hard to believe that he engaged in no textual communications on that or the following days. Can you describe the search that was made for records responsive to my request?

In the event that the search for responsive records involved this public employee's good-faith search of his personal device, please provide a reasonably detailed affidavit attesting to the nature and extent of that search. Please be aware of the following, quoted from the ["Public Records Act Court Decisions" section][1] of the website of Municipal Research and Services Center, which shows the courts' resolution of conflict between the public's right to oversight of governmental activities and the privacy rights of pubic employees as it pertains to their personal mobile devices:

> West v. Steve Vermillion City of Puyallup, 196 Wn. App. 627 (11/8/2016) – Vermillion, a city councilmember, maintained a private computer on which he maintained some private matters along with some items that related to his position on the city council. West requested the “communications received or posted” through a personal website and associated email account run by the city councilmember. Vermillion refused to provide the documents found at his home, on his personal computer and on his personal email account, citing his rights of privacy under the state and federal constitutions. West sued and the trial court required Vermillion to provide those documents that were public. On appeal, the court affirmed, holding that it was proper to require the production of emails from a personal email account that met the definition of a public record and to require submittal of an affidavit in good faith attesting to the adequacy of the search for the requested records. The court held that the First and Fourth Amendments to the United States Constitution and article I, section 7 of the Washington Constitution do not afford an individual privacy interest in public records contained in the personal email account. In reaching its decision, the court relied on the recent case Nissen v. Pierce County, 183 Wn.2d 863 (2015), which related to records found on a private cellphone. The records, even if they are on a private device, may be subject to disclosure if the person “acts within the scope of his or her employment,” in which case the actions are tantamount to "the actions of the [body] itself." If the records "relate to the conduct of government or the performance of any governmental or proprietary function" and are "prepared, owned, used, or retained by an agency," they are potentially public records subject to disclosure. There is no constitutional privacy right to records that are public records. The possible disclosure of public records does not violate the right to association.

[1]: <http://mrsc.org/Home/Explore-Topics/Legal/Open-Government/Public-Records-Act-Court-Decisions.aspx>

Cordially,
Phil
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On Feb. 16, 2021:
Subject: [Records Center] Public Records Request :: T006832-012521
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02/16/2021
Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02144
RE: PDR # T006832-012521
Dear Phil Mocek,
The City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities has received your public records request dated 1/25/2021, in which you requested the following information:
“To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

Upload documents directly: https://https://www.muckrock.comhttps://www.muckrock.com/
The City and the Tacoma Police Department have made a diligent and good-faith effort to locaterecords that are responsive to the above request; however, no responsive records have been located. This request is now closed. Please contact me immediately if you believe that different or additional records should have been provided in response to your request.
Regards,
Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office
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On Feb. 1, 2021:
Subject: [Records Center] Public Records Request :: T006832-012521
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02/01/2021
Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02144
RE: PDR # T006832-012521
Dear Phil Mocek,
The City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities has received your public records request dated 1/25/2021, in which you requested the following information:
“To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

Upload documents directly: https://https://www.muckrock.comhttps://www.muckrock.com/ In order to implementappropriate measures to protect our customers and staff, you may experience adelay in service. This is due to city employees working remotely from home and not havingthe ability to perform their duties due to access to physical files,co-workers, or their work site. We will continue to process your request andproduce responsive records as quickly as we can, however, we ask for your understandingthat estimated delivery dates may be longer than usual. With that said, we areattempting to locate and assemble the materials requested and to determinewhether any of the documents are exempt from disclosure and we anticipate thatwe should have responsive documents on or before February 17, 2021. If there arequestions, or delays we will contact you accordingly.
In the meantime, if you should have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Regards,
Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

To monitor the progress or update this request please log into the Public Records Center (https://u8387795.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=nZGH0ylxadMp5hTpNkeAFqJdz3UVSOaF5-2BwNOyx4yTTe3KKd1VYz4o-2FW0p2PAlL-2FOmUu8TgJ-2FaKFzmM3U6e4mcibTqcwzNPM2LZCS5oe892mMEfbxPjr9PRaHHAvMobPhEJa_qS4VBXMYY7q7LHB1rJEh2Ew47xyX1y5gdmpbegu6VacBYcUIuOBKuUttCgvYz2jIL87IXn0WRBWHcvBzaIjpjKYTgn2rlIhfyO9lvnZJJr2kHIVoXRXwnyMynFrLyfjX-2Bnrei8hmmeGqiUoRn-2B2IkU4fLs2xijtwvZcxlcgC6ta1skSSQd564s-2BM6O3-2BFOiNI79Nu6pdibJD1sjuzikaKuVQjxmgH3NcYOKNNgw0e6JpiANROyjB77MhlqjOMwiG-2FIUFIhBoPSdtnXl2HbBAoWSjIRFOD5ZYdoBs-2FzZEqKn2atujTZdJJbk7ZcrFRC-2BUobuo4RhEXqrcxHVMkCZrikkpmqESbbDlW0QCz-2BK-2BjjEE4SUJIR4mZUr9k2NcwsScrfR4ahau2YcaycXqJ44tyQ-3D-3D)
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On Jan. 26, 2021:
Subject: Public Records Request :: T006832-012521
We received your request Reference number: T006832-012521 Date received: January 25, 2021 Records Requested: To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

Upload documents directly: https://https://www.muckrock.comhttps://www.muckrock.com/ We make every effort to respond to requests as soon as possible. By state law, we must respond within five (5) business days. The day the request is received does not count as one of the five business days.
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On Jan. 25, 2021:
Subject: Washington Public Records Act Request: Comms to/from officer Khanh Phan 2021-01-23 - 2021-01-25
To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

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From: Tacoma Police Department

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03/24/2021
Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA  02144
RE: PDR # T006832-012521
Dear Phil Mocek,
This email is to notify you we received your emails sent on March 2, 2021 and March 16, 2021 requesting further follow up on your records request T006832-012521. This request was sent to legal for review and we wanted to advise you that further research was done and responsive records were located. I have re-opened your request in GovQA to continue processing the request until it is fulfilled; there is no need to open a new request. I will also be sending this email in GovQa where correspondence and the records will be provided.

Please note, we are continuing to review and analyze responsive records that were located for any exemptions that may apply and will be providing responsive records in a series of installments due to the size and scope of your request. Producing records in installments ensures we provide you with the fullest assistance and most timely production of records. The first installment of responsive records is now available for your review. To download the records to your request, click here: Public Records Center. (https://u8387795.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=nZGH0ylxadMp5hTpNkeAFqJdz3UVSOaF5-2BwNOyx4yTTe3KKd1VYz4o-2FW0p2PAlL-2Fc1CAjtCZrEvFMcSy4xAyECxoSKkTpVGil0FYYdW-2FxHs-3DRNRO_qS4VBXMYY7q7LHB1rJEh2Ew47xyX1y5gdmpbegu6VacBYcUIuOBKuUttCgvYz2jIL87IXn0WRBWHcvBzaIjpjCozvc-2FV2A5aCBoWGVZo6O63eKkWSedTODYEu3xEVlsmXcXQaihZgUj2toUIpoU5ELxxUGfFpBxGyXp36Gd26uAVVtgV79qjdwx-2FDKQdisODQ445LARla-2BPRUryg9lRNcV7AmceaDwsUPC-2FVOMtzwMz12hbyDoS9-2BzMANeeM1tqVDlRQ7nZIdP6IsmZmbq-2Fott09o7-2BLPRWadKf965TFmvhDo1zbT83eiItJK1yp0peyIRM8ATKSvOo-2BDMIU70FVx3ladl1PYaH2m8s-2Fka-2BW8KPsvFQsEPP9m19mE0hyu-2F31Qy2qbh2QocWbVZjionbWNw-3D-3D)
We anticipate the second installment of records to be available on or before April 2, 2021.
Regards,
Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

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From: Phil Mocek

Dear Ms. Eddington,

I received your communication of March 24, 2020, regarding my records request of January 26. In it, you stated that your agency "are continuing to review and analyze responsive records that were located," and that the size and scope of my request is of such great magnitude that responsive records will be provided in installments.

This directly contradicts information from you on February 17, 2021, when you stated that no responsive records were found and that you had closed my request. You have reported no change in your interpretation of my request or in your search method(s), and you provided no explanation for the apparently-dramatic change in the volume of responsive records.

Approximately how many records responsive to this request are you currently reviewing and analyzing? How many more do you expect to review and analyze?

What changed between February 17, when you said you found no records and thus closed my request, and March 24, when said that the size and scope of my request (again: textual communications by a single employee over a three-day period--during two of which the employee was reported by your agency to have been on administrative leave) is such that responsive records must be provided in installments?

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Tacoma Police Department

Hello Phil Mocek,
You have responded to an unresponsive email.

Please be advised that if you wish to submit a public records request, update an existing request, or check the status of an already submitted request, you should visit the Public Records Center.

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From: Phil Mocek

Dear Ms. Eddington,

I received your communication of March 24, 2020, regarding my records request of January 26. In it, you stated that your agency "are continuing to review and analyze responsive records that were located," and that the size and scope of my request is of such great magnitude that responsive records will be provided in installments.

This directly contradicts information from you on February 17, 2021, when you stated that no responsive records were found and that you had closed my request. You have reported no change in your interpretation of my request or in your search method(s), and you provided no explanation for the apparently-dramatic change in the volume of responsive records.

Approximately how many records responsive to this request are you currently reviewing and analyzing? How many more do you expect to review and analyze?

What changed between February 17, when you said you found no records and thus closed my request, and March 24, when said that the size and scope of my request (again: textual communications by a single employee over a three-day period--during two of which the employee was reported by your agency to have been on administrative leave) is such that responsive records must be provided in installments?

Also, despite my request for such via email to you on March 2, 2020, and my followup promt on March 16, you did not describe the search that was made for records responsive to my request. Would you please do so?

Cordially,
Phil Mocek

From: Tacoma Police Department

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04/02/2021
Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA  02144
RE: PDR # T006832-012521
Dear Phil Mocek,
The City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities has received your public records request dated 1/25/2021, in which you requested the following information:
“To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

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Dear Mr. Mocek,

I apologize for any confusion from my various communications to you.   Your request for “all textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices”  was received by the Public Records Office and sent to the Tacoma Police Department (TPD) to conduct the search for responsive records.   TPD searched the officer’s sent, received and deleted email for that time period and searched his City issued cell phone for texts and found no responsive records.   The officer was also requested to search his personal cell phone for work related communications during that time period and there were none, which was confirmed by the affidavit of the officer which has been provided to you in Installment 1. TPD does not maintain in-car text messages, those are retained by South Sound 911, which I have provided the link for you below. This search was the basis of my February 17, 2021 email to you that no responsive records were found.
http://www.southsound911.org/
Your email of March 2, 2021 included your opinion that it was unlikely that no records exist and requested a description of the search that was conducted.   I followed up with TPD and it was learned that since the original search of the officer’s accounts revealed no records that it was assumed that nothing was sent to him during that time period and that the request was satisfied and no other accounts were searched.   TPD is now in the process of conducting a department wide search for responsive records.    This updated search has located additional records as I referenced in my March 24, 2021 email to you.     We are working on processing the  located records and, as I noted, my intent is to provide installments as they are ready.  The reason for installments is not necessarily because of excessive volume but in order to get them to you as soon as is possible.
The second installment of responsive records to your request have been compiled.  To download the records to your request, click here: Public Records Center.
We anticipate the third installment of records to be available on or before April 23, 2021.
In the meantime, if you should have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Regards,
Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

From: Phil Mocek

Dear Ms. Eddington,

Thank you for the clarification.

Would you please e-mail the responsive records, as requested when I placed my request, or alternatively put them on CDROM and mail them, as I specified also in the request as an alternative to e-mail?

As a reminder, I wrote, "I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not. I specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested." You have quoted this request back to me repeatedly.

Cordially,
Phil

From: Tacoma Police Department

04/06/2021

Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02144
RE: PDR # T006832-012521
Dear Phil Mocek,

To ensure you received our latest correspondence, the following email was sent to you on April 2, 2021 through GovQA:

Dear Mr. Mocek,

I apologize for any confusion from my various communications to you. Your request for “all textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices” was received by the Public Records Office and sent to the Tacoma Police Department (TPD) to conduct the search for responsive records. TPD searched the officer’s sent, received and deleted email for that time period and searched his City issued cell phone for texts and found no responsive records. The officer was also requested to search his personal cell phone for work related communications during that time period and there were none, which was confirmed by the affidavit of the officer which has been provided to you in Installment 1. TPD does not maintain in-car text messages, those are retained by South Sound 911, which I have provided the link for you below. This search was the basis of my February 17, 2021 email to you that no responsive records were found.

http://www.southsound911.org/

Your email of March 2, 2021 included your opinion that it was unlikely that no records exist and requested a description of the search that was conducted. I followed up with TPD and it was learned that since the original search of the officer’s accounts revealed no records that it was assumed that nothing was sent to him during that time period and that the request was satisfied and no other accounts were searched. TPD is now in the process of conducting a department wide search for responsive records. This updated search has located additional records as I referenced in my March 24, 2021 email to you. We are working on processing the located records and, as I noted, my intent is to provide installments as they are ready. The reason for installments is not necessarily because of excessive volume but in order to get them to you as soon as is possible.

The second installment of responsive records to your request have been compiled. To download the records to your request, click here: Public Records Center.
We anticipate the third installment of records to be available on or before April 23, 2021.
In the meantime, if you should have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Per your clarification and specifications on your request, I have attached the records that were provided in Installment 1 and 2 to this email as attachments. As stated in the letter, we anticipate the third installment to be available on or before April 23, 2021. I will also be attaching that installment to an email as well for you convenience.

In the meantime, please let me know if you have further questions or technical difficulties.

Thank you,

Carly Eddington, CPRO
Public Disclosure Analyst
Management Services Office
City of Tacoma
3628 S. 35th Street
Email: ceddington@cityoftacoma.org<mailto:ceddington@cityoftacoma.org>

From: Tacoma Police Department

04/23/2021

Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02144

RE: PDR # T006832-012521

Dear Phil Mocek,

The City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities has received your public records request dated 1/25/2021, in which you requested the following information:

“To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

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​This correspondence is to update you on the status of your request in which the Tacoma Police Department is still actively in the process of conducting a department wide search for responsive records and reviewing additional records for Installment 3 for any exemptions that may apply.

We anticipate having the third installment of responsive records available to you on or before May 12, 2021.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Regards,

Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

From: Tacoma Police Department

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04/23/2021 Phil Mocek MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave Somerville, MA  02144 RE: PDR # T006832-012521 Dear Phil Mocek, The City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities has received your public records request dated 1/25/2021, in which you requested the following information: “To Whom It May Concern:

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

All textual communications (for example: e-mail messages, SMS messages, in-car text messages) to or from officer Khanh Phan of Tacoma Police Department, on or between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Monday, January 25, 2021. This should include those sent or received on either department-issued or personal devices.

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 specifically request that you not direct me to your workflow management system (i.e., your "records portal") to retrieve responsive records. Please send them as requested. ****

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,

Phil Mocek

Upload documents directly: https://https://www.muckrock.comhttps://www.muckrock.com/ This correspondence is to update you on the status of your request in which the Tacoma Police Department is still actively in the process of conducting a department wide search for responsive records and reviewing additional records for Installment 3 for any exemptions that may apply.
We anticipate having the third installment of responsive records available to you on or before May 12, 2021.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Regards,

Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

To monitor the progress or update this request please log into the Public Records Center (https://u8387795.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=nZGH0ylxadMp5hTpNkeAFqJdz3UVSOaF5-2BwNOyx4yTTe3KKd1VYz4o-2FW0p2PAlL-2FOmUu8TgJ-2FaKFzmM3U6e4mcibTqcwzNPM2LZCS5oe892mMEfbxPjr9PRaHHAvMobP46pj_qS4VBXMYY7q7LHB1rJEh2Ew47xyX1y5gdmpbegu6VacBYcUIuOBKuUttCgvYz2jIL87IXn0WRBWHcvBzaIjpjG-2BUxLfAhZ7S17WxlrT2oS0q6ShUMTF9Gx5wljVJ-2BAXTdkgyNqfO-2Bw4-2BOeotP21NV0buSUgMk0ehciV7IKldZnfLlWK0THHJYj-2FS37IAaA5ZWtb5EYCjJWowa4RuBjHuyIeCFLUcY7UMgehwFzSGbJNse7maGXkZ5-2FyrtGiPN5Q5oekB8SE3QeXKbU5adiAMCYUujqwqN0Ut7O6Cve-2FtYwEdRNJ8Rjr2M-2BQcukvgQjOshL3-2FZxqPZjtFLM4w4Gb62Cp9CMwBhn0DocUxOGhZJTyi5rQ-2Fr2WCpqm3VzaBQPksKE1TByT-2B-2B4m2GUBUD2YsRA-3D-3D)

From: Tacoma Police Department

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04/29/2021

Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA  02144

RE: PDR # T006832-012521

Dear Phil Mocek,

This correspondence is to update you on the status of your request.
The City is required by State law to timely comply with all requests for public records, but has the option to provide prior notice of release to a person named in the records or to whom the records pertain pursuant to RCW 42.56.540.

RCW 42.56.540 states:
The examination of any specific public record may be enjoined if, upon motion and affidavit by upon motion and affidavit by an agency or its representative or a person who is named in the record or to whom the record specifically pertains, the superior court for the county in which the movant resides or in which the record is maintained, finds that such examination would clearly not be in the public interest and would substantially and irreparably damage any person, or would substantially and irreparably damage vital governmental functions.  An agency has the option of notifying persons named in the record or to whom a record specifically pertains, that release of a record has been requested.

Consequently, the City is providing this notification to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department to provide reasonable opportunity to review the records and determine whether they wish to seek a court order prohibiting or restricting disclosure.

You can expect further response from the City on or before May 14, 2021.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Regards,

Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

To monitor the progress or update this request please log into the Public Records Center (https://u8387795.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=nZGH0ylxadMp5hTpNkeAFqJdz3UVSOaF5-2BwNOyx4yTTe3KKd1VYz4o-2FW0p2PAlL-2FOmUu8TgJ-2FaKFzmM3U6e4mcibTqcwzNPM2LZCS5oe892mMEfbxPjr9PRaHHAvMobPnLQU_qS4VBXMYY7q7LHB1rJEh2Ew47xyX1y5gdmpbegu6VacBYcUIuOBKuUttCgvYz2jIL87IXn0WRBWHcvBzaIjpjFDagzc2LIvEUjW1LkyZxTbMxybs5rrv22SWqdohqJPkWjQTnTXmWoFcTbr0PfJZ0vaoN1wtXFP0UbTL-2FxT4sy3qW04k0FEhz4Ir2DoTbYdS0GG3rwI9scSnVN6hTaPkzX4aKlEJVZO6D3reuqQy9Dq6NTmqSMiKO-2FRkJnAILzWb8p703MHazuPTzhXKYL9A0mv3MSRZFsSYARb0dlgWcSV-2B2H3RQkvFE3ne30isCRwX-2FHOIQX5qJW1lI9J7IxdCYUIwLWjHLlXp3k7cZPJWK-2BXvT4Xw-2BVlWhU50nq2jxRSm)

From: Tacoma Police Department

04/29/2021

Phil Mocek
MuckRock News DEPT MR 107308 411A Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02144

RE: PDR # T006832-012521

Dear Phil Mocek,

This correspondence is to update you on the status of your request.

The City is required by State law to timely comply with all requests for public records, but has the option to provide prior notice of release to a person named in the records or to whom the records pertain pursuant to RCW 42.56.540.

RCW 42.56.540 states:
The examination of any specific public record may be enjoined if, upon motion and affidavit by upon motion and affidavit by an agency or its representative or a person who is named in the record or to whom the record specifically pertains, the superior court for the county in which the movant resides or in which the record is maintained, finds that such examination would clearly not be in the public interest and would substantially and irreparably damage any person, or would substantially and irreparably damage vital governmental functions. An agency has the option of notifying persons named in the record or to whom a record specifically pertains, that release of a record has been requested.

Consequently, the City is providing this notification to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department to provide reasonable opportunity to review the records and determine whether they wish to seek a court order prohibiting or restricting disclosure.

You can expect further response from the City on or before May 14, 2021.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Regards,

Carly Eddington
Public Disclosure Analyst
Public Records Office

From: Tacoma Police Department

Dear Mr. Mocek:

I am reaching out to you regarding your recent Public Records request to Tacoma Police Department, Reference Number T006832-012521. As you know, Carly Eddington, CPRO/Public Disclosure Analyst, with the City of Tacoma sent a Third-Party Notice to our office and copied you on same.

We would like to discuss the request with you. Please let me know if we can correspond with you via this email address through MuckRock or please let me know when you have availability for a telephone call regarding your request. If you are uncomfortable providing your telephone number you may contact us from a restricted number and I would ask that you provide me with a time for the call so that I can clear our calendar to accommodate you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Very Respectfully,

Candice Mauracher
Public Records Officer, Legal Assistant IV
253-798-4800
Pierce County Sheriff's Department
SHRpublicrecords@piercecountywa.gov<mailto:SHRpublicrecords@piercecountywa.gov>

NOTICE OF PUBLIC DISCLOSURE: This email account is public domain. Any correspondence from or to this email account may be a public record. Accordingly, this email, in whole or in part, may be subject to disclosure pursuant to RCW 42.56, regardless of any claim of confidentiality or privilege asserted by an external party.

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