This description is the average number of cases assigned to our office for the First Quarter of 2018, broken down by attorney. To determine the number of cases per attorney; the actual number of open cases for our office is divided by the number 95. The number 95 represents the number of attorneys presently employed by our office.
This measure tracks the average number of days it takes to hire a new employee from the time the requisition is received from the hiring department to the time the new employee reports for work. The hiring process is divided into two distinct phases. The referral phase begins with the requisition approval by Finance and ends with the issuance of the register of candidates by Human Resources Management. The hiring phase begins with the issuance of the register and continues through the interviewing of candidates by the hiring department, the offer to and acceptance by the selected candidate, and the reporting for duty by the new employee. This measure tracks the total time to compete both phases. The chart below shows the average number of business days to on-board a new employee segmented by hiring phase.
We are measuring the length of time it takes the department to respond to non-Priority I calls for service. The department's primary function is to respond to citizen calls for police services. This measurement focuses on calls for service requiring that an officer be dispatched immediately to the location of the call (Priority II) and calls that are of a routine nature and are generally dispatched to the assigned beat officer for handling (Priority III).
We are measuring the length of time it takes the department to respond to Priority I calls for service. The department's primary function is to respond to citizens calls for police services. This measurement focuses on calls that are immediate and/or life-threatening in nature.
One of the functions of the Communications Division is to work through local media outlets to ensure that residents stay informed of County programs, services and events. This measure tracks the average number of weekly positive story placements regarding Fulton County in print and broadcast media.