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Record Technicians at Skagit 911 are responsible for processing and retaining all records that Skagit 911 receives from the agencies they are partnered with.
They are also the representatives of the agency that process any Public Disclosure Requests and any Record Requests from the partnered agencies
Public Disclosure Requests
Skagit 911 retains its recordings of 911 communications for 90 (ninety) days (RCW) (Revised Code of Washington). The disclosure of Skagit 911 records will be governed by appropriate state and local regulations.
Requests for Inspection and/or Copying of Public Records:
Requests must be in writing and define the records being sought with reasonable specificity. Any requests that are too generalized will be returned to the requesting individual for further clarification.
Public Requests for CD Duplication and/or Inspection of Master Recordings:
Public requests from private attorneys, agencies or businesses doing business for profit, Public Defenders Office or private citizens must be made in writing on business letterhead stationary when applicable. A signed court order for the request is desirable, but optional.
To learn how to Request a Public Record from Skagit 911: