Public Records Request
Under Florida Statutes Chapter 119, municipal records are open for personal inspection and copying by any person. Providing access to public records is a duty of each agency. Elvira Ruiz is the Records Management Liaison Officer for the Lady Lake Police Department, and the Police Department Records Office is the central point of contact for Police related public records requests. The Records office will coordinate public records requests to assure that the information is collected and provided to the requester promptly.
Important: Requests are not required to be in writing, nor is the requester required to provide their name or an explanation as to why they are making the request. For those who wish to make a written request, you may complete and submit the form below. For those who do not, please call or visit the Police Department Records office.
The request must be clear enough to enable the Records office to conduct a meaningful search. Records office employees may ask questions about the request to enable a full and prompt response.
The Police Department may apply a service charge if extensive use of technology resources, clerical or supervisory assistance is required. In this case, a written estimate of charges will be provided to the requester. The records clerk will require a deposit before compiling such requests. The Records office will acknowledge receipt of a request within one business day.