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Who may request Child Welfare Investigation materials?

Please see Florida Statute 39.202 and 39.2021.

What is a public record?

A public record is defined by Florida Statutes as: all documents, papers, letters, maps, books,...

How long does it take to fulfill a public records request?

Florida law states that an agency must acknowledge requests promptly and respond in good faith; and...

Is there a cost for my public records request?

If the complete response process to the request takes less than 30 minutes of staff time and no...

How can I get Critical Incident Rapid Response Team Response (CIRRT) Data?

Please visit our Child Fatality Prevention Page.

Who may request Adult Protective Service Investigation materials?

Please see Florida Statute 415.1071 and 415.1071.

How can I get Death Reports and Quality Assurance reports?

Please visit our Child Fatality Prevention Page.

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