It is the policy of the U.S. Probation Office to provide information regarding past or present federal offenders and defendants, to government agencies within the limits of our disclosure policy and the regulations of the U.S. Courts. However, absent a specific memorandum of understanding between another federal, state, or municipal agency and this District, only unsealed docket information available to the public will be provided.
Examples of information that can be provided within this policy are docketed indictments, plea agreements, complaints, criminal informations, judgment and commitments, and supervision termination documents. Specifically excluded from departure are probation records, including presentence and supervision reports, and any documents sealed by court order.
A request for records from a government agency should include the name, birth date, case number if known, and any other identifying characteristics. A request for records should be emailed to: email@example.com. A return email address should be included along with a name and contact number. Do not fax requests as they will not be answered.
Updated on Mar 12, 2014