Request #20-179






To whom it may concern:

I [REDACTED] are requesting a 9ll call copy written transcript of a call that was made on June 14, 2019. Around 10:30 til about 11:14 pm. After driving myself to the hospital with a broken bones and a dislocated shoulder, running all red lights to get there, then been approach bye LAPD to escort me the rest of the way to the emergency room West Hill Hospital. Where I was there for 2 hours then was in so much pain and was being ignored then  pushed outside the hospital in the middle of the road in front of the hospital. That's when I call 911 to come and get me to take me to another hospital. When the 911 call was answered they asked where I was or should I say what hospital I was located, I intern told them I was at the West Hill emergency room Hospital and that I was on the outside after waiting inside for three or four hours and not I'm taking to triage. Then 911 dispatch said that give a call inside of the hospital to get somebody to come out and get me so I can see a doctor. And so about 10 minutes later a nurse came out to get me. And this is the conversation of the transcript I want you to send me. Thank you so much.




January 9, 2020 via web


Police Department (LAPD)





Point of Contact

LAPD Sr Analyst Alexis N1685

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January 10, 2020, 11:42am
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Dear Requester:


We reviewed your request for a 9-1-1 recording and/or CAD log.


Your request was made under the California Public Records Act (the Act). The Department is cognizant of its responsibilities under the Act. It recognizes the statutory scheme was enacted to maximize citizen access to the workings of government. The Act does not mandate disclosure of all documents within the government’s possession. Rather, by specific exemption and reference to other statutes, the Act recognizes that there are boundaries where the public’s right to access must be balanced against such weighty considerations as the right of privacy, a right of constitutional dimension under California Constitution, Article 1, Section 1. The law also exempts from disclosure records that are privileged or confidential or otherwise exempt under either express provisions of the Act or pursuant to applicable federal or state law, per California Government Code Sections 6254(b); 6254(c); 6254(f); 6254(k); and 6255.


In accordance with Section 6254(f) of the California Government Code, records of investigations conducted by, or investigatory files compiled by, any local police agency for law enforcement purposes, are exempt from disclosure. Should any records be located, 9-1-1 telephone calls, recordings, transcripts, witness statements and logs are either investigatory records themselves or properly part of an investigative file and therefore exempt from disclosure. The records may be produced in response to a subpoena or court order.


Should any records be located, to the extent the information is recorded, a summary including the time, date, and location of occurrence, the time and date of the call, the name and age of the victim, and a brief statement of the circumstances can be made available to you upon request. 


However, we are unable to locate any incident matching your description.  If this was a medical emergency only, the call may have been referred to paramedics, and  the Los Angeles Fire Department may have records responsive to your request.


Los Angeles Fire Department

Attn: EMS Records Custodian

200 North Main Street, Suite 1620

Los Angeles, CA 90012


If you have any questions, please respond to this email.




LAPD Discovery Section, CPRA Unit

January 10, 2020, 11:41am
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Police Department (LAPD)
January 9, 2020, 2:49pm
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January 9, 2020, 2:49pm