Iowa Open Records Request – City of Newton, IA – #029 – Elimination of the Fog of War #04

MEMORANDUM

To: City of Newton, IA
101 W. 4th Street S.
Newton, IA 50208
(641) 792-2787

Subj: IOWA OPEN RECORDS REQUEST – CITY OF NEWTON, IA – #029 – ELIMINATION OF THE FOG OF WAR #04

Ref: 1. Iowa Code Title I State Sovereignty and Management, Chapter 22 Examination of Public Records (Open Records)
2. Newton Police Department Policy Manual – Policy 803

Enc: 1. Electronic Mail – Matthew Brick – Brick Gentry, P.C. – 15 JUL 2022

1. Requested Information

(a.) Documentation showing the job description and operational responsibilities of the Newton, IA Police Department Administrative Assistant.

(b.) Documentation showing the job description and operational responsibilities of the Newton, IA Police Department Records Clerk.

(c.) Documentation showing who the Chief of Police of the Newton, IA Police Department (or personnel he has delegated this responsibility) has directly assigned to directly respond, process, and physically release public records requested in accordance with References (1.) and (2.).

(d.) Documentation showing who the Chief of Police (or personnel he has delegated this responsibility to) has appointed as a Newton, IA Police Department Administrative Assistant.

(e.) Documentation showing the date the Newton, IA Police Department no longer employed a records clerk as articulated by City Attorney Matthew Brick in Enclosure (1.) in response to a previous request for records regarding this position.

(f.) One random outgoing electronic mail for each month sent by Mrs. Montgomery going back to the month she was hired by the City of Newton, IA.

2. Conclusion

Deceit and misrepresentation are a form of organic encryption because they do not entirely prevent access to the data being secured by them. Instead, they provide a calculated delay based on their strength and the perseverance of the cryptologist seeking to dismantle them.