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Sheriff named to Criminal Case Data Exchange Board
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Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch was recently appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal to serve on the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board.

Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch was recently appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal to serve on the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board, a subcommittee of the Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.

Sheriff Couch was sworn in for service on the board by Gov. Deal on Dec. 3.

The board is among the latest in Gov. Deal’s criminal justice reform efforts during his time in office and was part of a bill that passed during the 2018 Georgia legislative session. The board oversees “statewide implementation of the Criminal Justice e-Filing project,” according to CJCC.

In addition to Couch, Gov. Deal also named Douglas County Chief Judge David Emerson and Forsyth County Clerk of Court Greg Allen to the Board.

From Hall County Sheriff’s Office press release

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