"Petition for Public Records Order" - Oregon

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Petition for Public Records Order
When an individual is denied a request for public records from a state agency, that person may
petition the Attorney General to issue a Public Records Order (PRO) by submitting this form to
the Oregon Department of Justice (see
Oregon Public Records and Meetings
Law).
Requestor Name:
Date:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Phone:
Email:
I request the Attorney General to order the state agency named below to provide me with
the following records (describe records):
(continued on page 2 if necessary)
Name of Agency:
- select one -
Date of Records Request:
Date of Denial:
Name of Official Who Denied Request:
Reasons for Denial, if Known (this information is optional but will help facilitate the
Attorney General’s review):
(continued on page 2 if necessary)
Supporting documentation* will arrive by:  Email,  Mail or  Fax
You may submit this form to the Oregon Department of Justice by email, mail or fax to:
Email:
PublicRecordsOrder@doj.state.or.us
Mail: Office of the Attorney General, Oregon Department of Justice
1162 Court Street NE, Salem, OR 97301
Fax: 503-378-3784
*Note: Petitioners are encouraged to attach (or enclose) copies of any supporting documentation, such as
agency correspondence, with the Petition for Public Records Order form. Supporting documentation may
be sent separately, if necessary, but it must arrive in a timely manner for review and proper consideration.
If you have any questions, you may contact the Department of Justice by email or by phone at 503-378-
4400 (see
How to Contact
Us).
Petition for Public Records Order
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Rev. 05/07/18
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Petition for Public Records Order
When an individual is denied a request for public records from a state agency, that person may
petition the Attorney General to issue a Public Records Order (PRO) by submitting this form to
the Oregon Department of Justice (see
Oregon Public Records and Meetings
Law).
Requestor Name:
Date:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Phone:
Email:
I request the Attorney General to order the state agency named below to provide me with
the following records (describe records):
(continued on page 2 if necessary)
Name of Agency:
- select one -
Date of Records Request:
Date of Denial:
Name of Official Who Denied Request:
Reasons for Denial, if Known (this information is optional but will help facilitate the
Attorney General’s review):
(continued on page 2 if necessary)
Supporting documentation* will arrive by:  Email,  Mail or  Fax
You may submit this form to the Oregon Department of Justice by email, mail or fax to:
Email:
PublicRecordsOrder@doj.state.or.us
Mail: Office of the Attorney General, Oregon Department of Justice
1162 Court Street NE, Salem, OR 97301
Fax: 503-378-3784
*Note: Petitioners are encouraged to attach (or enclose) copies of any supporting documentation, such as
agency correspondence, with the Petition for Public Records Order form. Supporting documentation may
be sent separately, if necessary, but it must arrive in a timely manner for review and proper consideration.
If you have any questions, you may contact the Department of Justice by email or by phone at 503-378-
4400 (see
How to Contact
Us).
Petition for Public Records Order
Page 1 of 2
Rev. 05/07/18
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