Nassau County - FOIL Requests

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION LAW ("FOIL")

Article 6 of the New York Public Officers Law (sections 84-90), which is also known as the Freedom of Information Law ("FOIL"), gives members of the public a right of access to government records, with certain exceptions that are enumerated in Section 87(2). The full text of FOIL and other information about the law is available at the website of the New York State Committee on Open Government. In accordance with Section 89(3)(b) of FOIL, Nassau County affords you the opportunity to submit records access requests by email by completing the relevant portions of the below electronic form and directing it to the Nassau County agency that is the custodian of the requested records.



Police


Please note: If you represent the estate of an individual involved in the incident please attach Letters of Administration or Letters Testamentary and an authorization from the executor of the estate which authorizes the release of records to your office.

There will be a place to attach documents when you click "Next"
Expected format: mm/dd/yyyy



Please be advised that the record you are requesting may be obtained at LexisNexis.

This request for E911 records will be denied pursuant to County Law §308(4)



Please be advised that the record you are requesting may be obtained at LexisNexis.

This request for E911 records will be denied pursuant to County Law §308(4)

In order to process your request we will require a notarized authorization or a copy of two forms of identification, one of which must be a Driver License or Passport. There will be a spot to upload documents once you click "Next"

Please be advised, in order to process your request, you must submit a notarized authorization from an individual involved in the incident in order for us to process your request. There will be a spot to upload documents once you submit your FOIL.


PLEASE CALL (516) 573-7323 WITH ANY QUESTIONS

You must retain your FOIL reference number as this will be the only way that your request may can be located for future correspondence.