Robinson attends Circuit Court Clerks Summer College

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Submitted to the Spencer Magnet

Spencer County Circuit Court Clerk Becky M. Robinson participated in the 2012 Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks Summer College that took place June 12-13 in Frankfort. The KACCC hosted the college and the Kentucky Association of Counties sponsored the event. The event included 6.25 hours of continuing education credit for the circuit clerks.
“The college was an opportunity for circuit clerks to get fresh insights about the day-to-day operations of their offices,” said Loretta Crady, Hardin County circuit court clerk and newly elected president of the KACCC. “We also discussed how some upcoming distance learning can provide continuing education for us without all of the travel and how the circuit clerks’ new SharePoint site will make it easier to share information and ideas. Using technology means we can do more with less in spite of ongoing budget reductions.”
Circuit court clerks and Administrative Office of the Courts personnel served as presenters for the college, which included sessions on handling jury trials and domestic violence reports, records management, accounts receivable and personnel matters. The circuit clerks also received updates on driver licensing, the budget, legislation and the Trust for Life program. The KACCC sponsors Trust for Life to promote organ and tissue donation through driver licensing and the Kentucky Organ Donor registry.