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County clerks hold June meeting in Fort Smith


Right: Travis Blankenship, owner and senior consultant with Threat Assessment Consul- tants LLC, discusses workplace violence with the county clerks. He said about 2 million American workers are victims of workplace violence each year and courthouses are prime targets because of the wide array of people who enter their doors every day.


Middle Left: Columbia County Deputy Clerk Phyllis Disotell speaks with attorney Mike Rain- water, whose presentation focused on human resources issues such as sick and vacation leave, workers’ compensation and FMLA leave.


Middle Right: Randolph County Clerk Bobbie Lane and Ashley County Clerk Genie Kersten review a copy of a resolution supporting a special session of the 89th General Assembly and additional funding for county jails. The association subsequently adopted the resolution.


Bottom Left: Rob Hammons from the Arkansas Secretary of State’s office promises the clerks better communication from his office, fields questions about possible legislation and addresses election issues such as aging equipment.


Bottom Right: Cross County Deputy Clerk Misty Wheeler and Little River County Clerk Deanna Sivley listen to a speaker during the June continuing education meeting


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