Sharp County Clerk’s Office recognized for excellence

Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Pictured from left to right, is the team at the Sharp County Clerk’s Office: Bailey Morris, Susan Woods, Tara Voldness, Leighann Martin, Linda Crabtree, Alisa Black and Tonya Powell.
Lauren Siebert

The Arkansas Courts recently recognized the Sharp County Circuit and County Clerk’s offices by awarding them the Data Quality Award from the Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts (AAOC).

The announcement was made during the Arkansas Court Automation Progress (ACAP) Conference.

The ACAP provides technical support to the state’s courts, makes court information available to the public and develops online court-related services.

“During the closing session of the conference, the Sharp County Circuit and County Clerk’s offices received an award for excellence in data quality improvement,” Joe Beard with ACAP said.

Alisa Black, Sharp County Circuit Clerk, said, “On behalf of the Sharp County Circuit and County Clerk’s office, we would like to say thank you so much for this award. We value keeping accurate and updated data on all our records. It takes a team of great staff to achieve this task and it is an honor to be recognized for this award.”

According to Scott Graves, Director of the Office of Research and Justice Statistics, the Sharp County Circuit and County Clerk’s offices’, “accurate and timely information is key to serving the public and we appreciate the dedication of the staff of the Sharp County Circuit and County Clerk’s offices. They have demonstrated excellent teamwork in improving processes and data quality.”

The mission of the AAOC is to support the Arkansas Judiciary and employees of the judicial branch and to assist attorneys and members of the public who rely upon an independent state court system that is efficient, accessible and fair to all.

The staff of the clerk’s office in Sharp County were in agreement, it was an honor to receive the award which highlights hard work and integrity of keeping records.

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