Table of Organization

joe made this OPRA request to New Jersey State Police

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Waiting for an internal review by New Jersey State Police of their handling of this request.

Dear New Jersey State Police,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
Records requested:
Table of Organization

Yours faithfully,

joe

DSP Records, New Jersey State Police

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New Jersey State Police

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West Trenton, NJ 08628

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>>> joe <[OPRA #1398 email]> 4/5/2018
7:08 PM >>>
Dear New Jersey State Police,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law
right of access. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
  Records requested:
Table of Organization

Yours faithfully,

joe

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Dear DSP Records,

I'm not legally required to fill out your agency's form and my email request
is legally valid. Please comply with my legally valid OPRA request within the legal time period
of 7 business days. Pursuant to Renna v. County of Union (App. Div. 2009),
OPRA requests should be on the agency’s official OPRA request form.
However, a written request that is not on the agency’s official OPRA
request form cannot be denied solely because the request is not on the
request form. Written requests which are not on the form must mention
OPRA. Therefore, if a requestor elects not to use an agency’s official
OPRA request form, he/she must submit an otherwise written request that
clearly identifies itself as an OPRA request.

Yours sincerely,
joe

Dear DSP Records,
I am looing for an update to this request and would like an internal review.

Yours sincerely,

joe