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Police Body-worn Camera Recording

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The East Wenatchee Police Department must retain a body-worn camera recording for at least sixty days and thereafter may destroy a recording in accordance with the applicable records retention schedule

 This completed form is an open public document and may be released to any requestor. 


Pursuant to Washington’s Public Disclosure Act (RCW 42.56), I request that the City of East Wenatchee disclose the body-worn camera recording identified below. "Body worn camera recording" means a video and/or sound recording that is made by a body worn camera attached to the uniform or eyewear of a law enforcement or corrections officer while in the course of his or her official duties." I assert my identity to be:



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Please identify the record you wish to review. Please provide as much detail as possible.
Please identify the record you wish to review. Please provide as much detail as possible.

Identity of Requestor.

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Please identify any individuals who may be depicted in the recording you are requesting.

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    To request a body-worn camera recording, please fill out the form below.

     State law allows the Police Department to destroy a body worn camera recording after sixty days have elapsed.

    According to state law, a request for a body worn camera recording must:

    • Specifically identify a name of a person or persons involved in the incident;
    • Provide the incident or case number;
    • Provide the date, time, and location of the incident or incidents; or
    • Identify a law enforcement officer involved in the incident.

    Within five business days after the receipt of a  request, the City's Public Records Officer will do one or more of the following:

    • Make requested records available for inspection or copying
    • Acknowledge the receipt of request and provide a reasonable estimate of when requested records will be available
    • Seek clarification of unclear requests
    • Deny the request and cite the legal exemption
    • Common Exemptions RCW 42.56.210 through 42.56.510

    Charges for Copies of Public Records

    • There is no charge for inspecting public records.Black and white copies (8 ½ x 11) are 15 cents per page.
    • Mailing includes actual cost of postage and shipping container.
    • A DVD/CD is $15.00
    • If the requested number of records is large, the City may charge a deposit of up to ten percent of the estimated cost of an entire request before copying records. Also, the City may provide the requested records in installments.

    For more information regarding requests for public records, view information provided by Washington's Attorney General.