OFFICIAL WEB SITE OF THE
WOODS CROSS CITY
SERVICE - LOYALTY - PROBITY
1555 South 800 West, Woods Cross, Utah 84087
Definition of a Public Record
As defined in Utah Code Ann. § 63G-2-103, public record means a record that is not private, controlled, or protected and is prepared, owned, received or retained by the governmental entity. Records requested must be able to be reproduced from the original record.
Private, Controlled & Protected Records
A private record generally relates to an individual’s private interests and disclosure of such to the public would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of privacy. A record is considered controlled if it contains medical, psychiatric, or psychological data about an individual. A protected record covers a variety of records some of which are trade secrets and information that would impair governmental procurement proceedings. For a detailed list, see Utah Code Ann. § 63G-2, Part 3.
Initiating a GRAMA Request
Any person can make a public records request. However, public disclosure is regulated by several different statutes dependent upon the record. If you are the subject of the record, you may be entitled to information not available to the general public.
1. Police Report $15.00 First 10 Pages
$0.25 per page for additional single-sided pages
$0.40 per page for additional double-sided pages
No charge for Victims
2. Police Accident Reports $25.00
No charge for drivers or victims
3. Copy of Body Cam Video $50.00
4. Photos – CD Format $50.00
5. Photos – Printed Format $2.00 @ 4 per page $5.00 @ 2 per page
NOTE: FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE – PLEASE CONTACT the Police Records Administrator at 801-292-4422 TO CONFIRM
Time Limit for a Response to a GRAMA Request
A governmental entity has 10 business days after receiving a written request to provide the record, deny the request, or notify the requester that it cannot immediately provide a response due to extraordinary circumstances. Extraordinary circumstances may require more processing time.
The media is entitled to any record that is deemed to be a public record pursuant to Utah Code Ann. § 63G-2-301. A governmental entity has five business days after receiving a written request to provide the record, deny the request, or notify the requester that it cannot immediately provide a response due to extraordinary circumstances.
For More Information
If you have any questions about submitting a GRAMA request, please contact the Police Records Administrator at (801) 292-4422.
DOWNLOAD WXPD GRAMA REQUEST FORM (PDF)