Open Records Request

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PUBLIC RECORDS NOTICE

Pursuant to Sec. 19.34(1)

Wisconsin Statutes

The Sauk Prairie Police Department consists of the Chief, Lieutenant, Sergeant and a staff of 15 employees. The Sauk Prairie Police Department is located at 726 Water Street, Suite A, Sauk City, WI 53583.

The legal custodian of records of the Sauk Prairie Police Department is the Chief or his designee. Requests for records may be made during normal business hours, 8:00A.M. to 5:00P.M. Monday through Friday or by phone at (608) 643-2427, in person, or in writing addressed to the above address. Response to requests will be made in accordance with Section 19.35(4)(a) of the Wisconsin Statures. Fee for photocopies of documents are $.25 per page. Additional fees may be charged to reflect the actual costs of other types of reproductions, location of a document where costs exceed $50.00, and for mailing and shipping expenses. Prepayment may be required for any requests for reproduction of documents where costs exceed $5.00.

DISCLAIMER 

We are the custodian of Sauk Prairie Police Department records only and therefore can provide only our records. Furthermore, these records may contain juvenile, medical, mental health or other confidential information and law protects this confidentiality. You are prohibited from making and further disclosure of the records without the specific written consent of the person it concerns or as otherwise permitted by law.

 

 RECORDS REQUEST FORM

Use this form to request all records. Records will be mailed to you or you may pick them up at the police department during regular office hours.

Prepayment is required for any request in excess of $5 and for any video, photos, or audio records.· Postage and mailing will be charged if a self addressed stamped envelope is not provided by you.

The Sauk Prairie Police Department is custodian of their records only and therefore can provide only their records. Furthermore, these records may contain juvenile, medical, mental health or other confidential information and law protects this confidentiality. You are prohibited from making any further disclosure of the records without the specific written consent of the person it concerns or as otherwise permitted by law.