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Response to this request is long overdue. By law, under all circumstances, Toms River Police Department should have responded by now (details). You can complain by requesting an internal review.

Dear Toms River Police Department,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
Records requested:
Dear Toms River Police Department, Ocean County prosecutor’s office Toms River Township Ocean County Sheriff's Office
This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
Records requested: 3/22/2020 through 3/2/2021
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that if you contend that you are entitled to withhold from production any or all documents identified herein on the basis of attorney-client privilege or the work product doctrine or any other ground, then do the following with respect to each and every document:
All, but is not limited to, e-mail and other electronic communications; electronically stored documents, records, images, graphics, recordings, spreadsheets, databases; calendars, system usage logs, contact manager information, telephone logs, internet usage files, deleted files, cache files, user information, and other data. Further, this notice applies to archives, backup and disaster recovery tapes, discs, drives, cartridges, voicemail and other data. All operating systems, software, applications, hardware, operating manuals, codes, keys and other support information needed to fully search, use, and access the electronically stored information must also be preserved.

Events Page Numbers Date OPRA requests
I was peacefully protesting at town Hall after multiple police officers were not able to arrest me their only option to get rid of me was to call PEST and make up lies Page 2 -5 2/8/2021 all phone call in-n-out from 11 AM to 4:00 PM recordings and all CAD reports.
Officers notes officer statements
Sgt.Kuhlwain Sgt. Maloney badge #359 officer Elwood badge # 406 , kashlan # 398 officer Cummings #402 and officer O'Leary # 5015
Earlier in the day there were six or seven other officers there all officers names and also statements and officers notes

Phone calls from me two Toms River Police Department approximately 4

Reimbursement for Cell Phone fourth 6-7 3/23/2020 Lieutenant Delaney conducted internal affairs investigation concluded TRPD left the phone on the hood of the car and they would pay for it receipt was required I do not have a receipt.
Arm Grab
State Complaint 8-9 12/9/2020 protesting peacefully sitting on the leather couch in front of mayor's office
Truck TRPD
fourth 10-14 5/20/2020 in jail my truck got impounded mother and girlfriend made multiple attempts to get truck out PD said the truck was registered to me they couldn't girlfriend wrote Lieutenant Delaney a email when I got out I made multiple attempts multiple sergeants instructed me to file a lawsuit turns out they wrote down the wrong Vin number
Public Defender Office 15-17 3/23/2020 they pretended to defend me ineffective assistance of counsel
Holding of TV
fourth 18-21 2/8/2021 I was peacefully protesting at town Hall when I was detained by pest they took my TV into property I've made multiple attempts and they will not return my calls

3/2/2021 David Giordano Plaintiff, Self-Re
vs
Toms River Township
Dear Toms River Township and Police Department this is a Notice to Preserve Electronic Evidence In the above legal matter Toms River Township is named as a defendant. This letter requests your immediate action to preserve electronically stored information that may contain evidence important to the above legal matter.
This notice applies to all on- and off-site computer systems and removable electronic media plus all computer systems, services, and devices (including all remote access and wireless devices) used for all overall operation. This includes, but is not limited to, e-mail and other electronic communications; electronically stored documents, records, images, graphics, recordings, spreadsheets, databases; calendars, system usage logs, contact manager information, telephone logs, internet usage files, deleted files, cache files, user information, and other data. Further, this notice applies to archives, backup and disaster recovery tapes, discs, drives, cartridges, voicemail and other data. All operating systems, software, applications, hardware, operating manuals, codes, keys and other support information needed to fully search, use, and access the electronically stored information must also be preserved.
The importance of immediate action cannot be overstated. Electronically stored information is easily corrupted, altered, and deleted in normal daily operations. Even booting a drive, running an application, or reviewing a document can permanently alter evidence. An important method for preserving data in its original state is to have a forensic image (mirror image or clone image) made of pertinent hard drives of all computers used and of network servers. This image captures all current data, including the background or metadata about each document. Simply copying data to a CD-ROM or other common back up medium is not adequate. For each captured image file, record and identify the person creating the image and the date of creation. Secure the file to prevent subsequent alteration or corruption and create a chain of custody log. Once the forensic data image file is created, the pertinent computer or other device can be placed back into operation.
This preservation notice covers the above items and information between the following dates: 3/23/20-curent. Follow the above procedures to preserve electronic information created after this notice.
Current law and rules of civil procedure clearly apply to the discovery of electronically stored information just as they apply to other evidence and confirm the duty to preserve such information for discovery. All officers, employees, agents, and affiliated organizations must take all reasonable steps to preserve this information until this legal matter is finally resolved. Failure to take the necessary steps to preserve the information addressed in this letter or other pertinent information in your possession or control may result in serious sanctions or penalties.
Further, to properly fulfill your preservation obligation, stop all scheduled data destruction, electronic shredding, rotation of backup tapes, and the sale, gift or destruction of hardware. Notify all individuals and affiliated organizations of the need and duty to take the necessary affirmatives steps to comply with the duty to preserve evidence. Sincerely, David Giordano
Dear Toms River Township
This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
Records requested: date 2/8/21
From 10:00 AM two 4:00 PM all video surveillance of lobby and extior
all outgoing and incoming phone calls requested from the mayor's office Anthony Merino Lu amoroso AND the mayor

Sgt.Kuhlwain Sgt. Maloney badge #359 officer Elwood badge # 406 , kashlan # 398 officer Cummings #402 and officer O'Leary # 5015

Yours faithfully,

David Giordano