Public Records Act Requests

Public records maintained by the Employment Training Panel (ETP) are available for inspection by members of the public pursuant to the Public Records Act (PRA) which is contained in the California Government Code beginning at Section 7920.000.

Requests for inspection or copies of public records:

Requests for public records may be made by using the easy to use FORM below, email, mail, or telephone. ETP encourages written requests to avoid miscommunication regarding the rec1ords being sought, and to help ensure that the requesters get the records as soon as possible.

Send requests for public records to:

ATTN: ETP Legal Department
1100 J St, 4th floor
Sacramento, CA 95814

In order for ETP to locate the requested records, the request must clearly describe an identifiable record. ETP is available to assist in formulating the request. Whenever possible, a request should provide all of the following information, if applicable:

    • Name of the contract holder
    • Contract number and/or reference number
    • Name of any participating employer for which records are being sought
    • The period of time for which the records are being sought

If a request is made for records in electronic format, and ETP maintains the records in electronic format, then ETP will produce the records in the electronic format in which it maintains them.


Some simple requests can be satisfied immediately. For most requests, ETP requires up to ten (10) days to notify the requester whether ETP has responsive records, when those records will be available, and whether any of the records contain information that is exempt from inspection. Under some circumstances, ETP may require an additional fourteen (14) days to make those initial determinations.

Online Public Records Request Form

**In order for us to provide a timely and complete response, please provide as much detailed information as possible regarding the records you seek, such as: the people, places and/or things the records involve such as names, addresses, case names, and case numbers; the date or date range of the records; and the office, division, branch or section of the Department that created or maintains the records.