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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Department: Judges,

Department: Judges, Court Reporter Cost Center: 10020160 Function: Judicial Fund: General The Judges, Court Reporter cost center includes the Fayette County's allocation of the Griffin Judicial Circuit Superior Courts' expenditures and expenditures of the Fayette County's local Superior Court. ◊ No significant changes in expenditures. BUDGET SUMMARY Major Department Functions ◊ Serve as the highest ranking local court, having jurisdiction over all criminal felony cases, major civil cases, and cases involving Fayette County. ◊ Court resolves cases involving child custody, criminal cases with and without a jury, and issues fines, and/or sentences upon conviction. ◊ Responsibilities include the determination of a defendant’s competence to stand trial, the admissibility of a confession, and the legality of a written document. Major Goals ◊ Maintain a low crime rate level by administering justice to criminals in a timely manner. ◊ Keep the cost of the court system to a minimum. Significant Expenditure Changes FY 2011 Actual FY 2012 Budget FY 2012 Actual FY 2013 Adopted FUNDING SOURCES General Fund Contribution $ 371,247 $ 339,645 $ 348,491 $ 340,285 APPROPRIATIONS Personal Services* $ 17,062 $ 7,209 $ 16,578 $ 11,499 Circuit Court Contract Services 268,057 261,596 261,596 261,596 Operating 86,128 70,840 70,317 67,190 Capital Outlay - - - - Total Appropriations * Contracted personnel $ 371,247 $ 339,645 $ 348,491 $ 340,285 WORKLOAD INDICATORS 2007 Actual Fayette County - Criminal and civil filings 2,285 Fayette County - % of total Circuit filings 28.2 143 2008 Actual 2,854 31.5 2009 Actual 3,018 31.1 2010 Actual 2,612 28.9

Department: Juvenile Court Cost Center: 10020600 Function: Judicial Fund: General Mission Statement The mission of the Juvenile Court of Fayette County is as follows: ◊ To interpret and enforce existing statutes in a way that provides due process, fair treatment and justice to all persons appearing before this court. ◊ To provide or arrange for appropriate services for those persons appearing before the court. ◊ To create and maintain a feeling of respect for and in the court system on the part of the citizens that it serves to that they support and assist the court in its efforts. ◊ To maximize, to the extent possible, the development and job satisfaction of court employees so that the court is able to attract, secure and retain the commitment of the kinds and numbers of people necessary to accomplish the court’s mission and goals. ◊ To create and maintain a feeling of confidence in and support for the court on the part of the other organizations with which it comes in contact, particularly those organizations that are a part of the total criminal justice system. ◊ To insure that the taxpayers of Fayette County receive the greatest benefits for the dollars expended for court services. Major Department Functions ◊ To docket and set calendars for cases concerning allegations of deprivation, delinquency, unruly conduct and traffic offenses involving children within our jurisdiction. Parameters of mandated time frames will be the standard. Guidelines and operating procedures set by judges will be utilized on each individual case incorporating applicable Official Codes of Georgia Annotated. ◊ To liason with the State of Georgia’s Department of Human Resources, i.e.: Department of Family and Children Services and Department of Juvenile Justice to insure that the mandates under which the court must operate are compatible with the policies of these two departments. ◊ To insure the rights of victims and offenders are protected under the law as well as court preparation, including scheduling of cases, investigation, conducting trials, preparation of court orders, collection of fees and fines, filing of documents and record retention. ◊ To seek treatment and rehabilitation of delinquent children. ◊ To seek reunification with parents and children who are separated by judicial intervention. ◊ To cooperate and work closely with the law enforcement agencies to insure citizens rights are protected as well as the rights of delinquents. 144

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