Judicial Branch 2012 Achievement Awards

2012 Arizona Judicial Branch Achieve Award Winners

Congratulations to the following 2012 Arizona
Judicial Branch Award winners!

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     At-Large Award

Protective Order

Justice 2020 Goal:  Protecting Children, Families, and Communities

Presiding Judge Norman Davis and the Honorable Steven McMurray for the Protective Order Center

The Protective Order Center, formerly known as the Family Violence Prevention Center, is a place where people who feel their safety is in jeopardy or that they are being harassed can file an order of protection, injunction against harassment, or an injunction against workplace harassment, and in thepast ten years, the Center have helped more than 120,000 people.

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   General Jurisdicaion Award

                        Reinventing Probate
 
Justice 2020 Goal:  Protecting Children, Families, and Communities

Presiding Judge Norman Davis and Honorable Rosa Mroz for, Reinventing Probate Court in Maricopa County

Presiding Judge Davis in Maricopa County and Probate Presiding Judge Rosa Mroz collaborated to create a new generation of probate court. Initiatives included, a new case management protocol, a compliance calendar, probate evaluation tool to identify high-risk cases, a report line that links the public directly to the probate investigations department, and community out reach and education.
                                    
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    Limited Jurisdication Award

Scottsdale City Court
Justice 2020 Goal:  Strengthening the Administration of Justice

Scottsdale City Court

Scottsdale City Court successfully implemented a comprehensive court-based jail alternative program for non-violent DUI offenders who live in Arizona. Specifically, a Home Detention Electronic Monitoring (HDEM) Program was implemented in October 2010. Defendants whereabouts are monitored through house arrest, curfew monitoring, and a GPS tracking system.


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    Probation Award

Chief Justice Berch_Sandra Figoura

Justice 2020 Goal:  Protecting Children, Families, and Communities

Ms. Sandra Figueroa, Deputy Graham County Chief Juvenile Probation Officer

Ms. Figueroa has served as the Deputy Chief Juvenile Probation Officer since 1997 and has overseen all operations of the Juvenile Department and her hard work and dedication for the youth, families, and community of Graham County demonstrates the positive impact. 
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