Public Records Act Requests (PRAs)
Public Records Act Requests are made when a member of the public wants to obtain public information that the Inglewood Unified School District does not offer as part of normal business services.
California Public Records Act Policy
Public Records Act Request Policy - Access to information concerning the conduct of the people's business is a fundamental and necessary right of every person in this state. Records of Inglewood Unified School District which are not exempt from disclosure are available for inspection and copying in accordance with the California Public Records Act upon a request that reasonably describes an identifiable record or records.
The California Public Records Act is found in the California Government Code, beginning at Section 6250. Records subject to inspection and copying include any writings, meaning any handwriting, typewriting, printing, photostating, photographing, and every other means of recording upon any form of communication or representation, including information available in an electronic format. (See, Government Code § 6252(f) and 6253.9.)
Records Exempt from PRA
Records that are exempt of PRAs include drafts and notes, pending litigation, and employee medical files. In addition, documents can be exempt if they pertain to security procedures, complaints or investigations conducted by a local state or police agency, or social welfare information including medical records and social security information. For additional information on the legislation regarding the inspection of public records, please click here.
Public Records Act (PRA) Request Process for IUSD
In order to request records from IUSD, please email requests to Maricela Zambrano firstname.lastname@example.org. Once a request has been submitted, please allow 10 days for a response with a status of your request. If the district can comply with the request for records, they will be made available as soon as possible upon payment of fees if applicable. If you have additional questions or want to obtain a status on your request, please email Ms. Zambrano who will respond or direct you to another contact person regarding your request. Please note that due to impacts and burdens on District personnel due to COVID related safety protocols, the District may not be able to respond as quickly as it would otherwise. Your understanding and patience in these difficult times are appreciated.
The IUSD Policy on Public Records Requests can be found here.
Source: LA County Registrar's Office, California Legislature