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Sheriff’s Office gets training, writing policies, hiring to improve public records retention

by Availability of information, Integrity of information

raining of roughly 200 supervisors at the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office in the handling of public records as well as other steps to improve a broken and possibly illegal system of not keeping emails are repairs Sheriff Mike Williams said have taken place since the problem was brought to the agency’s attention. It surfaced in December after five months of attempts by The Florida Times-Union to obtain copies of emails in the case of an inmate in jail 589 days and led to the discovery that the electronic messages were not being kept longer than 90 days. Read more: Times-Union: Jacksonville.com    

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