In the 2000 case of Wildin v. Freedom of Information Commission, the Appellate Court found that a records request did not require the agency to do research where the complainant specifically identified the records sought and there was no analysis required to search for the records or exercise of discretion as to whether the records fell within the request.
Brow v. Chief, Police Department, Town of East Haven
Freedom of Information Commission
March 4, 2013
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