The Arizona Public Records Law has been around for over 100 years. Any person is permitted to access the public records at any time. Open records include papers, books, maps, photographs, documented materials and digital data. This is a template form for requesting public records in Arizona under the Arizona Public Records Law
Name of State Act:
Public Records Law
Student records, research records, donor information, invasion of personal privacy, adoption records, disciplinary records, medical records, corrections department records, bank records, trade secrets
Commercial purposes must be stated in request
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What information is public?
Government records like letters, papers, reports, films, computer tapes, photographs and sound recordings possessed or controlled by a government agency are considered public. There are several exemptions: messages or calendars created for personal convenience rather than official agency purpose are exempt, confidential personnel matters, as well as physical objects which cannot be reproduced.
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