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Becky M. Robinson, circuit court clerk for Spencer County, participated in the 2008 Circuit Court Clerks Fall College hosted Oct. 22-24 in Louisville by the Administrative Office of the Courts. Circuit court clerks have offices in all 120 Kentucky counties and are responsible for managing the records of circuit and district courts.
“It is important for circuit court clerks to stay up to date on technology, security, resources and court procedures,” said Jan Rogers, circuit court clerk for Anderson County and president of the Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks. “This college served as a valuable tool in helping us to improve customer service for the citizens of Kentucky.”
Chief Justice of Kentucky John D. Minton Jr. opened the college with an address to the circuit court clerks. This was the first Circuit Court Clerks College held since Chief Justice Minton took office in June 2008.
Sessions covered how circuit court clerks can use their leadership skills to promote excellent customer service, completing an appeal to the Kentucky Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Kentucky, protecting a circuit court clerk office from theft and processing property bonds. Circuit court clerks also attended sessions to learn new computer skills.
The AOC supports the activities of 4,000 Kentucky Court of Justice employees, including the elected offices of justices, judges and circuit court clerks. The AOC Division of Judicial Branch Education provides regular training colleges for circuit court clerks.