This measure tracks the percentage of jail inmates participating in literacy and vocational programs in the jail who graduate from the program. The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office makes a number of programs available to inmates. The Culinary Arts Program allows inmates to obtain certification to get a job working in a kitchen. Students learn the basics of food preparation, safety guidelines, and meal planning. Other programs teach literacy with an ultimate goal of enabling inmates to earn a GED. Another program pairs inmates with rescued shelter dogs. Inmates have the opportunity to train and bond with their assigned dog with the goal of preparing the dog to pass an obedience test and find a permanent home.
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.
Customer service is one of the most important functions of the Department of Community Development. It is important to maintain good customer relations and ensure that our constituents know and understand that we are here to serve them. In addition to measuring our customer service, we are also measuring the impact of our programs in Fulton County communities.