Dear Rutgers University,

Under NJSA 47:1A-3(b), please provide all information required about all arrests made by your officers/agents during the month of August 2019.

Yours faithfully,

Charlie Kratovil

Rutgers Open Public Records Center,

   
 
 
Dear Charlie Kratovil,

Thank you for registering with Rutgers, The State University of New
Jersey Open Public Records Center, an online, public portal. Below you
will find your portal login and password information .

Login:  [OPRA #7156 email]
 
If you have never used this system or cannot remember your password, you
may request a [1]Temporary Password
 

If you are a first time user and did not submit your request through the
public portal but are receiving this e-mail, an account has been created
for you with the login and password listed above. At this account you can
access, track and receive any documents in response to your request.

Please log in to the [2]Rutgers University Open Public Records Center and
then "My Request Center" to update any contact or password information on
your account and to view your request.

The University Custodian of Records will contact you if there are
questions regarding your request or provide you a response. If you have
questions, you may contact the OPRA Administrator at 973.972.1887.
Thank you again for registering with the Rutgers University Open Public
Records Center.
 
 
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Rutgers Open Public Records Center,

Dear Mr. Kratovil:

Thank you for submitting your request for government records of Rutgers,
The State University of New Jersey. Your request has been received and is
being processed in accordance with the New Jersey Open Public Records Act
(OPRA), NJSA 47:1 et seq. Your request was received through the online,
public portal [1]Rutgers University Open Public Records Center of this
office on 9/4/2019 and given the reference number R005237-090419.  

Your request will be forwarded to the Office of the Custodian of
Records for review and processing, including determining the volume of
responsive documents and any potential costs associated with satisfying
your request. Please note, the N.J. Open Public Records Act does not
require the University to create new documents, to conduct research, or to
answer questions for information.

Records Requested: Under NJSA 47:1A-3(b), please provide all information
required about all arrests made by your officers/agents during the month
of August 2019.

The Office of the Custodian of Records uses the [2]Rutgers University Open
Public Records Center to communicate with you, respond to and track all
open public records requests.  If you have submitted your request
electronically through Rutgers Open Public Records Center portal, you have
already been required to create an account.

Notice to First Time Portal Users:

If you are a first time user and did not submit your request through the
public portal, you are receiving this request because the Rutgers Office
of the Custodian has created an account for you at the [3]Rutgers
University Open Public Records Center . 

To access your account and view your request:

1.Go to: [4]Rutgers University Open Public Records Center.

2. Select/open  "My Records Center"
3. Enter your email and password as provided in your previously received
Welcome Letter.

You can monitor your request through the [5]Rutgers University Open Public
Records Center at "My Request Center."

Thank you and if you have questions, you  may contact the OPRA
Administrator at (973) 972-1981.

 

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

University Custodian of Records

Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics and Compliance

65 Bergen Street, Ste. 1346 

Newark, New Jersey 07101-1709

Phone: (973) 972-1981

Fax: (973) 972-2396

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Rutgers Open Public Records Center,

Attachments:
[1]19_NJSA_471A-3(b)_-August_2019_Arrest_Information_Redacted.pdf

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Reference: Rutgers Open Public Records Request, #R005237-090419

Dear Mr. Kratovil,

Please accept this letter as the University Custodian of Records response
to your request for records pursuant to the Open Public Records Act
(“OPRA”). On 9/4/2019 10:33:39 AM, this office received your request for
the following:

“Under NJSA 47:1A-3(b), please provide all information required about all
arrests made by your officers/agents during the month of August 2019.”

The OPRA Administrator has reviewed your request. The responsive
document(s) are now available to you through the [2]Rutgers University
Open Records Center. Please log in to the [3]Records Center and "My
Records Center" to retrieve the appropriate responsive document(s). You
will find the responsive record(s) attached to this email for your
convenience. 

Please note, we do not have the ability to produce an existing report
which would provide all of the information you have requested. Therefore,
the exact record you have requested does not exist, however, attached is
what we are able to produce. If you require additional information about
any specific incident, please feel free to make an additional, more
specific request and we will respond accordingly. 

Please further note, the responsive record has been redacted due to
privacy concerns N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1.1.1. OPRA specifically places on the
University “a responsibility and an obligation to safeguard from public
access a citizen’s personal information with which it has been entrusted
when disclosure thereof would violate the citizen’s reasonable expectation
of privacy.” Serrano v. South Brunswick Twp., 358 N.J. Super. 352, 368
(App. Div. 2003). New Jersey courts and the Government Records Council
(“GRC”) have consistently held that an individual has a reasonable
expectation of privacy in keeping his or her address out of the public
domain. In Doe v. Poritz, 142 N.J. 1, 82 (1995), the New Jersey Supreme
Court acknowledged that disclosure of an individual’s home address, or
other personally identifiable information, invokes privacy concerns,
particularly when such disclosure could result in “unsolicited contact or
intrusion.” In order to uphold the University’s obligations to protect an
individual’s reasonable expectation of privacy, we have redacted any and
all personally identifying information.

If your request has been denied, you may take your appeal to the New
Jersey Government Records Council (NJGRC), which has mediation and dispute
resolution procedures, or you may file a lawsuit with the New Jersey
Superior Court, as provided by N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1, et seq. Your rights of
appeal is provided with this letter at [4]Public Facing Pages of the
Rutgers University Open Public Records Request Center. You may also review
the brochure at the [5]Rutgers Custodian of Records page or visit the
[6]NJGRC page.

If you have any questions, or wish to discuss this further, you may
contact my office at 973.972.1887.

Casey Woods

OPRA Custodian

Office of Custodian of Records

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

 

 

973.972.1887

To monitor the progress or update this request please log into the [7]Open
Public Records Center.

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Charlie Kratovil,

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