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Make a Public Records Request
The California Public Records Act and the City of Oakland’s Sunshine Ordinance gives you the right to access information and documents about the City’s business.
To request documents from the Oakland Police Department, visit the department’s website.
If you want records from other City of Oakland departments, go to records.oaklandnet.com, the City’s new public records request website. Your records request can be viewed by the public in this new system. Only city employees can view your name and contact information. If you prefer to submit your request via fax or in writing, click here to download the records request form.
All requests will eventually be tracked through this system, even if it was submitted by mail, email, fax, phone, or in-person.
NOTE: The new public records website is in an early launch phase by the City of Oakland and Code for America. All requests submitted through this website will be treated as a normal public records request by City employees and are viewable by the public. For more information about the Code for America fellowship, click here.