The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office is committed to fulfilling all properly submitted records requests reasonably quick as such record(s) can be produced, and exempted information redacted, pursuant to Chapter 119, Florida Statutes.
Request for records believed to be in possession of the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office may be submitted by US Mail to:
Liberty County Sheriff’s Office
Rebecca Dykes, Communications Director
P.O. Box 67
Bristol, FL 32321
Request for records believed to be in possession of the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office may be submitted by email to: email@example.com
119.12 Attorney fees.—
(1) If a civil action is filed against an agency to enforce the provisions of this chapter, the court shall assess and award the reasonable costs of enforcement, including reasonable attorney fees, against the responsible agency if the court determines that:
(a) The agency unlawfully refused to permit a public record to be inspected or copied; and
(b) The complainant provided written notice identifying the public record request to the agency’s custodian of public records at least 5 business days before filing the civil action, except as provided under subsection (2). The notice period begins on the day the written notice of the request is received by the custodian of public records, excluding Saturday, Sunday, and legal holidays, and runs until 5 business days have elapsed.