Requsting all communication, telephone logs, emails, reports from Middlesex County Sheriff Lt. Szczesny and Officer Abode on 09-29-2021

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Dear Middlesex County,

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: All Communication, phone logs, emails bewteen Middlesex County Sheriff Lt. Szczesny and Sheriff Officer Abode on 09-29-2021.

Yours faithfully submitted

Middlesex County OPRA Center,

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Dear Sam Anonymous:
 
We write in response to your OPRA request for "All Communication, phone
logs, emails bewteen Middlesex County Sheriff Lt. Szczesny and Sheriff
Officer Abode on 09-29-2021."  

With regard to requests for communications, including e-mails, text
messages, and written correspondence, the GRC has established criteria
deemed necessary under OPRA to request them. In Elcavage v. West Milford
Twp. (Passaic), GRC Complaint No. 2009-07 (April 2010), the Council
determined that to be valid, such requests must contain: (1) the content
and/or subject of the e-mail, (2) the specific date or range of dates
during which the e-mail(s) were transmitted, and (3) the identity of the
sender and/or the recipient thereof. See also Sandoval v. N.J. State
Parole Bd., GRC Complaint No. 2006-167 (Interim Order March 28, 2007). The
Council has also applied the criteria set forth in Elcavage to other forms
of correspondence, such as letters. See Armenti v. Robbinsville Bd. of
Educ. (Mercer), GRC Complaint No. 2009-154 (Interim Order May 24, 2011).

The GRC notes that the Council has determined that requests seeking
correspondence but omitting the specific date or range of dates are
invalid. See Tracey-Coll v. Elmwood Park Bd. of Educ. (Bergen), GRC
Complaint No. 2009-206 (June 2010); Kohn v. Twp. of Livingston (Essex),
GRC Complaint No. 2013-118 (January 2014).

Your request for all communications fails to include the sender and
recipient and is accordingly invalid on its face as it does not limit the
request based on the subject matter/content sought.  To process such a
request, please include the content/subject matter for of the
communications you are requesting.