- API sharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-10-30T15:21:38.000Z
Does not include Judicial Holds
- API sharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-04T19:10:39.000Z
The case clearance rate measures how well the court is keeping up with its incoming case load. A clearance rate of 100% represents a court that is disposing of the same number of cases it is receiving. A clearance rate above 100% represents a court that is disposing of more cases than it is receiving. A clearance rate below 100% represents a court that is disposing of fewer cases than it is receiving. This measure includes only felony cases, which are handled by the Fulton County Superior Court.
- API sharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-25T20:13:54.000Z
the number of animals adopted, transferred or returned to the the owner as a percentage of the total number of animals taken in
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We are measuring the number of citizen complaints received by the department involving officers. Through the use of body-worn and in-car camera systems, the department seeks to collect data to evaluate training opportunities and provide accurate documentation of laws enforcement and citizen interaction.
- API sharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-27T18:43:13.000Z
- API sharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-12-12T14:01:22.000Z
This is the actual number of defendants in jail under SC number cases. It does not double count duplicates. This is aggregated and filtered in R.
- API sharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-04T19:06:29.000Z
About 26,000 individuals were booked into the Fulton County Jail in the course 2017 after being arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor or felony violations or for such things as failure to appear in court or probation violations. Some people may spend only hours in jail before being released on bond while others may spend months awaiting trial for serious crimes or after being sentenced to serve time. This measure tracks the daily number of detainees in any of the Fulton County jail facilities averaged over the course of a year.
- API sharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-04T19:09:48.000Z
The Fulton County Emergency Services E-911 Center is the centralized public safety answering point for all 911 calls within Unincorporated Fulton County and the cities of Chattahoochee Hills, Fairburn, Palmetto, and Union City as well as the Fulton County School Police and the Chattahoochee River National Park Service. Incoming emergency calls are dispatched to first response units including police, fire and emergency medical services (EMS). Priority 1 calls are those for an incident where the immediate presence of a responder is essential to save life, prevent serious injury, or to arrest a violent felon. This includes many police calls and nearly all fire and EMS calls.
- API sharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-26T17:39:30.000Z
We are measuring the accuracy of records relating to the Board's actions. After each Board of Commissioners' meeting there are Post Agenda minutes compiled by the Clerk's office indicating the actions and votes taken by the Board. The Clerk also compiles the minutes from each board meeting consisting of verbatim collected from the court reporter. Once minutes are completed by the Clerk, they are forwarded to the Board of Commissioners and their staff for review and placed on the Agenda for ratification by the Board. During the following Board of Commissioners meeting the Commissioners vote to ratify the meeting minutes, making corrections if necessary.
Percent of Juvenile Cases Sealed/Purged According to Statutory Requirements within 60 Days - Department KPIsharefulton.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-25T20:33:45.000Z
Georgia’s Juvenile Justice Code instructs juvenile courts to seal/purge qualifying case files upon the closure of the corresponding cases. Broadly, the separate juvenile code and the juvenile justice system were established in recognition of incomplete nature of youth’s physical, cognitive and moral/ethical development. Sealing case files ensures youthful offenses will not serve as barriers to success in adult life.