Monique Cotton

Spokane Police Public Records Disclosures Up to Date

Monique Cotton, Public Information and Communication Director, Spokane Police Departme, No Phone Number Available

Friday, March 21, 2014 at 9:30 a.m.

Spokane Police Public Records Disclosures Up to Date

For the first time in a number of years, the Spokane Police Department Records Unit is caught up with public records disclosure requests and is at a "real time point" for delivering records information to the public. This tremendous accomplishment is part of the Chief's commitment to transparency and excellent customer service. Mayor David Condon will recognize the Records Unit this coming week, thanking employees for their hard work and dedication.

The Spokane Police Department (SPD) Records Division is managed in accordance with Departmental rules regulations, policies/procedures, as well as the Division"s standard operating procedures to:

  • Collect, process and protect all records filed within this Division
  • Maintain accurate and complete record of reported information
  • Increase public confidence with the Spokane Police Department and Sheriff's Office by providing access to our records in a timely manner, as authorized by law
  • Promote the efficiency and effectiveness of the criminal justice system through improved coordination and cooperation from this Division

For more information on the SPD Records Unit or to file a Public Records Request, visit the Spokane Police Department website.

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