Records Center staff go above and beyond

Cross-posted from Executive Services Express

Late last year the Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention (DAJD) was contacted by the spouse of a retired DAJD commander who had recently passed away. The former employee’s wife explained that her husband had retired after 30 years of service with DAJD, and while undergoing the emotional process of assessing his personal belongings she discovered documents that appeared to contain potential public records.

Not knowing the status of the documents she had discovered, she contacted DAJD requesting assistance identifying the records and determining the best course of action.

To find out how DAJD and Records Managment teamed up to resolve her concerns and take care of these documents, read more.