How do you go about getting 911 transcripts? We are in Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, Ohio?
- the_mr911Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
You can file a freedom of information request if you need it for personal reasons, but those requests can be denied. If it is for court proceedings then your lawyer will file a supeona and then they have to make a copy for your lawyer.
911 calls will not be released unless there is a valid reason or requested due to a court order.
- jubeLv 41 decade ago
You can request a copy of the recording after proving you have standing in the requested information. No one can go in and ask for just anything. You must have been a principal party to the facts.
The request would be directed to the county communication department 9-11 operations. the other alternative is to have a subpoena issued for a particular recording and date stamp.Source(s): Been there and done that from both sides.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Go to the sheriffs dept. and request them. It's all a public record, hence why the news paper has incident reports the back of the paper. They go there everyday and get copies.