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APD 4-9-14.1 to FOLLOW UP 4-10-14 - Public Records Request: KRQE Boyd Video Request and Denial Records

APD 4-9-14.1 to FOLLOW UP 4-10-14 - Public Records Request: KRQE Boyd Video Request and Denial Records

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Published by Charlie Grapski
Upon submission of my 4-9 request to Rey Chavez at APD via email - I also began seeking to speak with him over the phone.

I repeatedly called his direct number - but he never answered and it only went to voice mail. I requested to speak with the other officers who are listed as being charged with records duties in his absence - but was told none of them were available (even though they are assigned to be available certain times of the day) and that only Rey Chavez deals with this (contrary to the information on the APD website). I tried to leave messages with other persons for Chavez - but they refused to take them. They stated that Chavez "does not answer the phone" - but only deals with these matters via email.

This became more urgent when I recognized that spell-check changed one letter in my email address - rendering it useless. And in this email (along with repeated phone calls) I correct that error.

Later that night, after numerous messages and attempted messages, Chavez contacted me via phone, recognized that he had received the request (sent on the 9th), and had attempted (on the 10th) to send a response to the flawed email address.

On the 11th he sent a further email acknowledging receipt of the original request (although claiming, contrary to statements over the phone, that the request was filed on the 10th rather than the 9th).
Upon submission of my 4-9 request to Rey Chavez at APD via email - I also began seeking to speak with him over the phone.

I repeatedly called his direct number - but he never answered and it only went to voice mail. I requested to speak with the other officers who are listed as being charged with records duties in his absence - but was told none of them were available (even though they are assigned to be available certain times of the day) and that only Rey Chavez deals with this (contrary to the information on the APD website). I tried to leave messages with other persons for Chavez - but they refused to take them. They stated that Chavez "does not answer the phone" - but only deals with these matters via email.

This became more urgent when I recognized that spell-check changed one letter in my email address - rendering it useless. And in this email (along with repeated phone calls) I correct that error.

Later that night, after numerous messages and attempted messages, Chavez contacted me via phone, recognized that he had received the request (sent on the 9th), and had attempted (on the 10th) to send a response to the flawed email address.

On the 11th he sent a further email acknowledging receipt of the original request (although claiming, contrary to statements over the phone, that the request was filed on the 10th rather than the 9th).

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Published by: Charlie Grapski on Jul 07, 2014
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