Requester contends that MPD is using exemption 6 to maintain a “secret police force.” The Mayor’s office found there to be no “secret police force” and salary informatio
Exemption 3 is inapplicable and OPC ordered to provide requester will all documents except those specifically excluded in the opinion.
Requester appeals because they believe WASA wrongfully classified documents as deliberative process. After an in camera review the Mayor’s office believed the documents to be deliberative process
Requester is appealing OPM’s denial of fee waiver. Mayor’s office orders OPM to grant the requester a fee waiver.
Requester appeals because they believe DMPED misapplied DC FOIA exemption 1.
In initial appeal MPD did not respond when a response was provided requester believed it to be incomplete and submitted another appeal. Mayor’s office determined MPD’s response to be incomplete and MPD is ordered to provide a response within 5 days.
DDOT did not respond in time but did respond the day after the appeal was filed rendering the appeal moot and thereby dismissed.
MPD conducted an adequate search, the event date exceeds the archived period the agency is required to maintain. MPD provided all responsive records.
Initially MPD denied the request because the agency misunderstood what was being requested. MPD later realized their mistake and denied part of the request under exemption 2.
OCME denied the initial request saying release of information would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.