Open Records Request
Under the Georgia Open Records Act, all public records are available for inspection and copying unless they are specifically exempted from disclosure under the law. If a government agency or custodian of public records withholds a public document from production under an Open Records Request, the agency must cite the specific statutory provision of Georgia law that exempts the record from being produced.
As a government agency, we understand that almost all our of actions are available for public review. We are dedicated to meeting all open records requests received in writing in a timely manner. Much of the information on this web site is provided to give easy access to public information.
Open records requests should contain the following:
- Requestor’s name
- Phone number and return address
- Specific type of information being requested including names, dates, times, locations, and case numbers (if available).
- Reference the appropriate Georgia or Federal Public Information or Record Law under which you are applying.
The completed form can be emailed to the sheriff's office. Depending on the type of information requested, charges may be incurred. If this is the case, we will contact you prior to your request being processed. if there is a fee it can be paid in person at the sheriff's office. Individuals and attorneys wishing to obtain information concerning a case in which an individual is awaiting trial may be required to contact the Haralson County Clerk of Superior Court and file appropriate discovery motions.