Meetings & Hearings
Requester contends that MPD is using exemption 6 to maintain a “secret police force.” The Mayor’s office found there to be no “secret police force” and salary information of the entire force can be made available but under statute does not have to release personnel records.
DCRA failed to respond to the initial request. As a result of this appeal DCRA provided the requester with all of the requested records. Appeal dismissed.
OCME denied the initial request saying release of information would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy. Request claimed there was no longer a privacy interest because the subject of the request is deceased however under HIPA his right to privacy survives.
DDOT did not respond in time but did respond the day after the appeal was filed rendering the appeal moot and thereby dismissed.
MPD erroneously denied the request, upon further searching the agency was able to locate documents responsive to the request. Appeal is not moot and dismissed.
Requester seeking information beyond the scope of the DC FOIA statute. Therefore DCPS’ partial denial was affirmed.
It is apparent the records sought pertain to a current lawsuit and that could potentially be the subject of a discovery request or dispute.
Requester sought a check issued over 30 years ago. OCFO responded that is not in possession of the check. The Mayor’s office determined that OCFO conducted an adequate search.
Requester is appealing OPM’s denial of fee waiver. Mayor’s office orders OPM to grant the requester a fee waiver.
Requester sought selection criteria for a DOC position but was denied because he or she never applied for the position. Decision upheld and the appeal was dismissed.
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