Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is the Federal law that provides access to public records, except for those protected from disclosure under the Act.
In accordance with the Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), the White Lake Township Police Department provides copies of its public records. Records which are exempt from disclosure by state or federal law will not be provided.
Requestors can contact White Lake Township Police Department in person, fax, or email.
White Lake Township Police Department
Attn: Records Department
7525 Highland Rd.
White Lake, MI 48383
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday 7:00am-5:30pm (Closed on all major holidays)
*Please arrive no later than 5:15pm for record processing
The Department has five business days to respond when the request is submitted in person, through mail, fax or submitted electronically (not counting the day the request is received).
If necessary, the Department may issue a ten-day extension, which allows ten additional business days to search for the requested information.
Charges may include the hourly wage, or a portion thereof, of the lowest paid employee capable of performing the search, the costs of copying and retrieval of offsite records.
If research and copying costs exceed $50, a good faith deposit of no more than 50% of the final cost may be required.
FOIA Request for Records Form
Return completed form to the White Lake Township Police Department, Attn: Records, 7525 Highland Rd. White Lake, MI 48383.
FOIA Fee Itemization Form
FOIA Cost Summary
FOIA Procedures and Guidelines
Public Summary of Procedures and Guidelines
To Appeal a Denial of Records
To Appeal an Excessive Fee
Attorney General FOIA Information