A. Notwithstanding any other provision in this Act, if a government entity receives a request for access to a record that contains both information that the requester is entitled to inspect and information that the requester is not entitled to inspect, and, if the information the requester is entitled to inspect is intelligible and able to be segregated, the government entity:
1. Shall allow access to information in the record that the requester is entitled to inspect under this section; and
B. If there is more than one subject of a protected record, the portion of the record that pertains to another subject shall be segregated from the portion that the requester is entitled to inspect to the extent possible.
C. Redaction of specific information in a record is an acceptable form of segregation.
D. Where the information that the requester is not entitled to inspect cannot be segregated from the information the requester is entitled to inspect, or, where the segregation of information will make the remaining portions of the record unintelligible, the government entity may deny access to the entire record. ONCA 10-05, eff. Dec. 26, 2009.