Claremore Daily Progress

Government

April 16, 2013

Moving Day: County begins relocation to new courthouse

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CLAREMORE —

The commissioners spent a lot of money on security and each card is like a fingerprint, according to Assistant District Attorney David Iski.
The commissioner’s administrative assistant, Christine Day,  will be supervising the cards.
If a card is lost or stolen, employees will be obligated to inform Day immediately, to protect the integrity of the security system.
The commissioners approved a fee for lost cards to help lower cost and encourage employee accountability.
Lost or stolen cards can be deactivated immediately once it is turned in to administration.
The courthouse will have other security features including x-ray scanners and courthouse security officers.
Additionally, every phone line in the courthouse will have the capability to record conversations.
This recording feature was made by special request by law enforcement and the Rogers County District Attorney, according to courthouse staff.
Security is not the only added feature and in the coming weeks the commissioners will be organizing an open house event to showcase the new functions as well as the beauty of the new facilities.

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