The scope of the FOIA exemption for records of law enforcement agencies is discussed in the preceding section. In general, the exemption applies only to (1) "information compiled as part of an inquiry into specific suspected violations of the law" and (2) internal records which reveal "confidential investigative techniques and procedures." Hechler, supra at 802, Syllabus pts. 11, 12. Items such as mug shots, police blotters and 911 tapes normally would not meet these prerequisites for confidentiality, and thus should be subject to disclosure.