Public records requests draw slow or no response in Oklahoma audit


Three Oklahoma counties and the city of Tulsa either failed to comply with open records requests or took more than a month to provide records in an open records survey by the Tulsa World.
County payroll records, police radio logs and copies of emails from city managers or mayors were the records requested from eight Oklahoma counties and up to two large and small towns and their police departments within each county.
Some public employees became frustrated or confused by the requests.