Request #19-322
  Closed

To:

Records Clerk LAPD

Pursuant to Senate Bill 1421, which amended Sections 832.7 and 832.8 of the Penal Code relating to peace officer records, this office is again requesting records relating to the Gail Greenberg incident of 4/28/2018. Additionally, the companion bill AB 748, amends Government Code section 6254 which allows for the audio and video recordings to be produced.

 

            We are now requesting the following records:

 Re:  Nicholas Romero  LAPD Sworn Officer

Date of Birth: 4/xx/1992

 

  1. Any complaints regarding the use of force resulting in great bodily harm.

 

            This letter constitutes a request under California Public Records Act (CPRA) Government Code, Section 6250, et seq (the “Act).

  

            This request is directed individually: (1) to each person identified in the addressee section above, and (2) to the Public Records Act Clerk for each entity identified in the addressee section above. If the items listed below are under the control of another department or agency, please forward this letter accordingly.

 

            This request seeks the information listed below, whether in the form of a writing, computer file, photograph, audio, or video tape, or however kept.

 

 

INFORMATION REQUESTED

 

1. Any complaints regarding the use of force resulting in great bodily harm.

       

 TIME TO RESPOND & COST REIMBURSEMENT

 

            As the CPRA requires, we expect to receive notification of your compliance with this request within (10) days of your receipt of this letter. If you need additional time, please simply notify us in writing as the code requires. If practical circumstances further prohibit a timely response, please contact us so we may attempt to agree on a reasonable deadline for production.

 

            Pursuant to section 6253(b) of the CPRA, we are willing to pay reasonable costs to reimburse you for direct costs of duplication, or to pay statutory fees. If you estimate that the direct copying costs will exceed one hundred ($100.00) do not begin the process of copying; rather notify us first of the cost estimate so that we may determine how to proceed.

 

            Thank you for your cooperation. Please call if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

 

 

CURD, GALINDO & SMITH, LLP

 

Alexis Galindo

AG:id


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January 17, 2019 via web


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March 14, 2019, 4:12pm
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Dear Mr. Galindo:

 

Received your voicemail on February 20, 2019 at 1544 hours.  Your message stated the incident occurred in Torrance, and to disregard the request.  Therefore, this request is being closed.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this correspondence, simply respond to this email.

 

Respectfully,

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

 

February 20, 2019, 4:18pm
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Dear Mr. Galindo:

After reviewing your request, I need more information about incident on April 28, 2018 involving Gail Greenberg.  At this time LAPD has no responsive records based on the information provided.  Please state what type of incident occurred, and do you have any identifying numbers such as booking number, DR number, or Incident number? Please be advise bill AB 748 is effective July 1, 2019. I will need to locate the record to determine if it is releasable pursuant to Senate Bill 1421.

Respectfully,

LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

February 20, 2019, 3:52pm by LAPD Analyst Shavonne N3662 (Staff)
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02/11/2019 (was 01/28/2019). 14 day extension
January 30, 2019, 9:23am
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Dear Mr. Galindo:

I have reviewed your California Public Records Act request. 

Please be advised that, pursuant to California Government Code Section 6253(c), I have found that “unusual circumstances” exist with respect to the request due to the need to search for, collect, and review the requested records from other Department entities which are separate from the office processing the request.  Therefore, my staff will require the statutory fourteen days extension of time in which to respond.  A determination concerning your request will be made as soon as possible.

If you have any questions regarding this correspondence, simply respond to this email. 

Respectfully,

LAPD Discovery Section CPRA Unit

January 28, 2019, 3:57pm by LAPD Analyst Shavonne N3662 (Staff)
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January 17, 2019, 6:45pm
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January 17, 2019, 6:45pm