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|Clerk’s Criminal Division Exceeds Performance Standards|
Yulee, FL - June 23, 2014 - The Nassau County Clerk’s Criminal Division participated in the 2014 Biennial Computerized Criminal History (CCH) Audit. The audit was conducted by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) last month, May 2014, and the results exceeded performance standards. The records submitted by the Nassau County Clerk of Courts were 100% accurate.
The audit consists of obtaining arrest affidavits and arrest fingerprint cards from the agency for the arrest events identified in the audit sample. In addition, copies of the respective final court dispositions were received from Florida’s Clerks of the Courts. These documents were compared to the corresponding criminal records in CCH to determine the number and percentage of errors and discrepancies.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) recognized the Clerk for the prompt attention and quick turnaround in returning the requested source documents needed to complete the audit. The FDLE also encouraged the Clerk to continue his commitment to provide accurate and complete criminal history records in Florida.