- Name of all occupants in that specific unit.
- Information on any activity you, staff or residents perceive that involves anyone in or around that unit (ie: see, smell, hear).
WHAT YOU SHOULD NOT GIVE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT WITHOUT A WARRANT
- Copies of any documents or copies of ID’s in your rental file.
- Information on tenant’s date of birth, bank accounts or any financial information or social security numbers.
WHEN DO LAW ENFORCEMENT NOT NEED A WARRANT TO ENTER
- If the police are in “hot pursuit” of a person believed to be involved in a crime.
- If there has been a report that the person’s welfare is in jeopardy.
- If the police perceive (hear or see) a situation where a person’s welfare may be in jeopardy (ie: a cry for help)
WHO DOES NOT NEED A WARRANT TO GET INFORMATION FROM OR A COPY OF THE FILE
(take copy of picture id of this agent and write down what information was released)
- Internal Revenue Service
- Child Support Enforcement Officer
- Census Work (info only, can not actually view the file)