Alachua County Clerk’s Office Recognized for Excellence in Best Practices

Press release from Alachua County

On June 8, 2022, the Alachua County Clerk of Court and Comptroller’s Office was recognized by the Florida Court Clerks and Comptrollers Association for excellence in having completed the Best Practices Excellence Program in all twelve of the categories offered.

Clerk J.K. “Jess” Irby said, “I am tremendously proud the office was recognized for successfully implementing all of the recommended best practice procedures. This is recognition of the major commitment we have made and the hard work done by the Clerk’s Office’s staff to put in place the highest set of professional standards, so we can achieve a level of service and commitment to excellence that is unsurpassed.”

The Alachua County Clerk and Comptroller’s Office was evaluated and recognized for successful completion of the 2021-2022 Best Practices Excellence Program in the following areas:

  • Bail Bonds
  • Compliance Services
  • Confidential Judicial Records
  • Eviction
  • Evidence Storage and Destruction
  • Exploitation of Vulnerable Adult Injunction
  • Guardianship Audits
  • Marriage License
  • Public Records Requests
  • Recording Fundamentals
  • Requests to Redact Exempt Personal Information
  • Service of Documents by Clerks for Pro Se Litigants

Additionally, Alachua County Clerk’s General Counsel Jean Sperbeck was awarded the Pinnacle of Service Award by the Clerk’s Association for her leadership and tireless commitment to developing and furthering best practices being used by Clerk’s Offices throughout the state.