Public Records Request Guidelines
The Middlesex District Attorney's Office maintains records related to criminal investigations and prosecutions.
When submitting a Public Records Request to this Office, please be as specific as possible when describing the records you seek. The more specific you are, the more efficiently we can respond to your request. For example, if you ask for “any and all records” it will take more time (and will likely be more costly) than if you request “all police reports,” because we will be required to locate and review a higher volume of records.
Please note that certain records or portions thereof are exempt from disclosure under the public records law and those records will be withheld.
- Please read the Complete Set of Guidelines in full before making a request.
- Please use the Public Records Request Form.
Public Records Request
The Massachusetts Public Records Law governs public access to government documents and records. See Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 66. To submit a request:
|Kim Gouveia||(781) 897-6870|
Public Records Access Officer
Middlesex District Attorney's Office
15 Commonwealth Avenue
Woburn, MA 01801
We encourage you to use the Public Records Request Form when making a request.