Florida Commission on Offender Review (Seal) State of Florida - In God We Trust

Melinda N. Coonrod, Chairman

Florida Commission on Offender Review


SERVING THE CITIZENS OF FLORIDA SINCE 1941

(850) 922-0000

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850-921-2816

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Public Records Requests

All press inquiries about the Florida Commission on Offender Review should be directed to the Public Affairs Office at (850) 921-2816.
E-mail inquiries can be directed to publicaffairs@fcor.state.fl.us .

Making a Public Records Request

You can make your public record request in a variety of ways:

General Public Records Request Email: fcorlegal@fcor.state.fl.us 

Media Public Records Request Email: publicaffairs@fcor.state.fl.us 

By Mail to:
Florida Commission on Offender Review
Public Records Request
4070 Esplanade Way
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2450

By Telephone: (850) 922-0000                              

Public record requests do not have to be in writing and may be anonymous.

What is a Public Record?
Public Records are documents, papers, letters, maps, books, audio and video tapes, photographs, films, sound recordings, or other material regardless of physical form or characteristics, made or received pursuant to law or ordinance or in connection with the transaction of official business by the commission, which are used to perpetuate, communicate or formalize knowledge.

Requests and Fulfillment
Public records held by the Florida Commission on Offender Review are available upon request for inspection or copying pursuant to Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, and Article I, s. 24 of the State Constitution.

Some public records are already provided for the public on the Commission website and are immediately available for viewing and downloading.

Costs
Fees for copies of public records are established in law. Depending upon the record, fees for copies may be either specific to the Florida Commission on Offender Review or may be based on the general fees established in the Public Records Act.

Any applicable charges will be invoiced, and the charges must be paid prior to the requested copies being processed.