from: Sunshine Request <[email protected]>
to: Aaron Sarver <[email protected]>
date: Sep 28, 2021, 12:36 PM
subject: Records Request: (September 2021) Request for Buncombe County Detention Facility vacancies as of 09/24/21. And, list of Detention and Courts Bureau employees who have terminated, resigned, separated employment 01/01/21 – 09/24/21
Good afternoon Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office,
I’d like to make a public records request for information that may be available in your office.
Please confirm receipt to let me know the request will begin processing, and if possible, please provide a rough estimate of when the request may be completed. I will plan on following up again in early October if I have not heard back before then.
Here are the details of the request:
Subject: (September 2021) Request for Buncombe County Detention Facility vacancies as of 09/24/21. And, list of Detention and Courts Bureau employees who have terminated, resigned, separated employment 01/01/21 – 09/24/21
Message: “Hello Buncombe County, NC Sheriff’s Office (Records Officer),
I’d like to make a multi-part public records request for the following information under NC Public Records Law:
A) Please provide the current number of vacancies at the Buncombe County Detention Facility, as of the date that this query is performed.
B) Please provide a list of all Detention and Courts Bureau employees who have terminated employment, resigned, or were separated from those departments from January 01, 2021 through September 24, 2021 (or as of the date the query is performed).
– Employee name
– Title / Position at the time of separation, resignation, or termination
– Reason for separation, resignation, or termination
** If you are unable to fill any or all parts of this request, please cite specifically where a reason for denial is justified under NC Public Records Law. **
Thank you for your assistance!”
** Sunshine Request makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.
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