911 Open Records Request

About the Request Process


The Georgia Open Records Act establishes the right to inspect and/or receive public records, excluding those records that are specifically exempted by court order or law. To inspect and/or receive records, please complete the Online Open Records Request Form to submit an open records request. Please be as specific as possible. Please note this is for Hall County 9-1-1 records only.
 
After receiving your request, the Hall County 911 Records Custodian will notify you within 3 business days if there are records responsive to your request and if the records requested are subject to release (O.C.G.A.§ 50-18-71). The response will be provided in written format and will be sent via email when possible.

Responses shall include the cost to search, retrieve, copy, redact, and/or supervise inspection of the requested document(s). The cost represents the hourly rate of the lowest paid full-time employee who, in the opinion of Hall County, has the necessary skill and training to respond to your request. There is no charge for the first 15 minutes. The fee for letter or legal size copies is $0.10 per page. Other types of documents or electronic media are charged based upon the county's expense to reproduce the record. Where fees for certain records are otherwise prescribed by law, such specific fee shall apply. Payment is required before receipt of the records.

Some records are not readily accessible. In these instances, a timeline will be provided as to when the records will be available.

Appointments for Requests


Requests must be made by appointment:
  • Monday - Friday
  • 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Estimated Cost


Shipping and handling charges may also apply. The estimated cost is to be paid at the time of the request by cash, check, or cashier's check.
 Type of Work
Minimum
 Fee
 Actual Preparation Time
 1 hour
 $18.64 per hour
 Cost Per Copy
 4 pages
 $.10 per sheet
 CD  N/A  $7

For More Information


For questions or to make an appointment, please call 770-531-6761 or email 911 Hall County. Please also see: