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Lake County CA Sheriff's Department
Wednesday June 26th, 2019 :: 04:19 p.m. PDT


Senate Bill 1421

Senate Bill 1421

Public Information Release
June 26th, 2019
Lieutenant Rich Ward

Senate Bill 1421, or The California Public Records Act, requires a state or local agency, as in the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, to make public records available for inspection, subject to certain exceptions.  Generally these records are as a result of a Law Enforcement Officer or citizen using a great deal of force against one another, or an incident of a discharged firearm.  For further information regarding SB 1421 refer to:
In order to comply with SB 1421, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office has developed a way to disseminate records for public inspection for qualifying cases.  Members of the public can find a list of documents, videos, photographs, and other information by navigating to a “Use of Force” page on the Lake County Sheriff’s website. 
The newly created “Use of Force” tab can be found at the top of: there you will be redirected to 
If any additional incidents occur that qualify for public release per SB 1421, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Use of Force page will be updated in order to make those records available for public inspection.


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Lakeport, CA 95453

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