Many New York State municipalities have courts. The records these courts create pose special challenges for these local governments. Court records are governed by different rules than the rest of local government records, including separate records retention and disposition schedules. Geof Huth, Chief Records Officer for the Office of the New York State Unified Court System, will explain how to use these schedules, how to organize files, how to properly dispose of court records, and other special rules those who manage court records should be aware of.
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Managing Court Records
Intended Audience: Local Governments, State Agencies
Workshop Topic: Active Records, General Records Management, Retention and Disposition, Indexing
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