The OOR is hosting a “The Right-to-Know Law for Law Enforcement” webinar on Wednesday, July 24th at 10 a.m.

The Office of Open Records is hosting a webinar titled "The Right-to-Know Law for Law Enforcement" on Wednesday, July 24th at 10 a.m.  This session focuses on those aspects of the Right-to-Know Law that are specific to police departments, such as investigatory records, the impact of Act 22, and CHRIA. It is a useful session for any Agency Open Records Officer or police line officer who oversees a records program.

The PowerPoint presentation is available here:

The webinar is conducted via Microsoft Teams and you will be asked to download a small application. Please test the link prior to the webinar and speak with your IT department if you encounter issues.  Watch the webinar by clicking here to join the Microsoft Teams meeting.

You may also listen to the webinar audio by joining via telephone at (267) 332-8737.  The Conference ID is 900 425 942#.

Additionally, the OOR has scheduled the following webinars:

  • August 7th - Basics of the Sunshine Act
  • August 21st - The RTKL and Payment Issues
  • September 4th - Basics of the Right to Know Law
  • September 18th - Laws That Protect Information
  • October 2nd - Basics of the Sunshine Act