How To Request Information
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request – A request for any public record such as handwritten notes, electronic files, typewritten documents, video and audio tapes, emails, or any other written or recorded media.
Juvenile Records – A request for records of an individual who is or has been before the juvenile and domestic relations court; is receiving or has received services from a court service unit; is or has been supervised by a court service unit; or is committed or has been committed to DJJ.
Data and Research –
- Human Subjects Research: A request for permission to conduct research or evaluations which involve interactions with any individuals under DJJ’s care, custody, or supervision; a member of the family of such an individual; or an employee of the Department (includes programs and facilities regulated by the Board of Juvenile Justice if they do not have their own review procedures).
- Aggregate Data: A request for data which relate to broad classes, groups, or categories, so that it is not possible to distinguish the properties of individuals within those classes, groups, or categories.
- Case-Specific Data: A request for data that provides comprehensive information about individuals within a group.
Media Request – Requests for information from members of the working news media.