October 8 2021 General Division Order and Update

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Summit County Common Pleas Court General Division Plan for Addressing COVID-19 – Updated September 10, 2021

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Summit County Common Pleas Reentry Court Announces New Program MENTOR (Mentors Empowering Now to Overcome Recidivism)

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UPDATED EMERGENCY ORDER IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS – SEPTEMBER 10, 2021

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October 12, 2021

October 8 2021 General Division Order and Update

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September 13, 2021

Summit County Common Pleas Court General Division Plan for Addressing COVID-19 – Updated September 10, 2021

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September 13, 2021

Summit County Common Pleas Reentry Court Announces New Program MENTOR (Mentors Empowering Now to Overcome Recidivism)

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September 10, 2021

UPDATED EMERGENCY ORDER IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS – SEPTEMBER 10, 2021

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Summit County Common Pleas Court Intensive Supervision Program Nominated for Cliff Skeen Award


Summit County, Ohio: Judge Amy Corrigall Jones, Administrative Judge of the Summit County Common Pleas Court General Division, is pleased to announce the Summit County Adult Probation Department Intensive Supervision Program has been nominated for the prestigious Cliff Skeen Award.

“Nomination for the Clifford Skeen Award is a great honor for some of the hardestworking and most dedicated people in the local criminal justice community,” stated Judge Corrigall Jones. The Cliff Skeen Award is presented by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections in recognition of excellence in Community Corrections.

The Clifford Skeen Award is presented annually to a community corrections program in recognition of excellence in community corrections. The Clifford Skeen Award is part of former Governor and former U.S. Senator Voinovich’s commitment to enhancing the quality of community corrections programs in Ohio. The award, first presented in 1993, is given in honor of the late eight-term Ohio legislator who sponsored Ohio’s Community Correction Act.

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