This quiz covers IPRA denials and violations
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IPRA denials and violations–Quiz
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Question 1 of 4
A state agency received an IPRA request for all emails sent by the agency director over a two year period. Within 15 days of receipt of the request, the records custodian sends a letter to the requester informing him that the request was excessively burdensome and the agency would be unable to comply and therefore his request was denied. Is this legal under IPRA?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 4
A nonprofit environmental protection association filed an Inspection of Public Records request with the Game and Fish Department for the names of all persons who had been awarded licenses to hunt elk on certain state lands. Thirty days have lapsed since the IPRA was filed and the association has received no response from Game and Fish, not even a denial letter. Can the Association in its own name sue Game and Fish in district court?CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 4
A request is made to the State Personnel Office to inspect all personnel records of employees employed by the state in 1970. When the custodian receives the request, he determines that the state had 10,000 employees in 1960 and all the records are stored in unmarked boxes in the State Records Center. Within 15 days receipt of the request, the custodian notifies the requester that it will need an additional week beyond the 15 days to comply with the request. Is this a reasonable time in which the custodian can respond to the IPRA?CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 4
Reporter Dan filed an IPRA request for the City police department’s weapons inventory. The City denied the request based upon the law enforcement exception. Dan believes the records were wrongly denied because they do not fit under the law enforcement exception. Dan filed an action in district court for enforcement of his IPRA, and the suit dragged on for 15 months. At the conclusion of the legal proceedings, the district court judge agreed with Dan and ordered the City’s police department to turn over the inventory. Attorney fees in the matter amounted to more than $55,000. Can the judge award Dan attorney fees in this amount?CorrectIncorrect