Public Relations Coordinator & Office Manager for the Office of Chad A. Roche, Clerk of the Superior Court Pinal County
Ms. Hurley came on board with the new administration in January of 2011 bringing over twenty years of experi- ence in Public Relations, Marketing, and Journalism. Her undergraduate work at Northwestern University culminated in a BSJ from the Medill School of Journalism. She earned her Master’s in Clinical Professional Psychology at Roosevelt University. Ms. Hurley is a member of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology and has served on numerous boards in her native Illinois. She is a member of NBCC and is a National Certified Coun- selor. Ms. Hurley has consulted to U.S. Robotics, Alexian Brothers, PKG/Cunningham & Walsh and others in the areas of team building, team cohesion, time management, and fundamentals of leadership. A graduate of the Queen Creek Citizen Leadership Institute, she is unwavering in her dedication to transparency in government and to the mission of the Clerk. Ms. Hurley also serves as Assistant to the Clerk and reports directly to him.
The mission of the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court is to maintain the public trust and confidence as the official record-keeper and fiduciary of the Court. The office will serve the public interest and manage the business affairs of the office with integrity, accountability and fiscal prudence.
The Office will maintain the highest standard of record keeping, provide competent and prudent stewardship of public monies, integrate innovative court information technology, and ensure integrity in all aspects of Jury Service. The office will implement innovative business practices to support the overall mission of expedited and accurate information.
The Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court will operate with the utmost integrity, honesty and professionalism. The office will strive to be leaders in state and national court management procedures by focusing on producing information to our customers in the fastest, most accurate, and most efficient manner possible. The office will achieve measurable results and fiscal responsibility through the implementation of innovative business methodologies, employee development, and embracing technology.
Website URL: http://pinalcountyaz.gov/COSC
Address971 N. Jason Lopez Circle, Bldg. A * P.O. Box 2730
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A completely new wireless network is up and running throughout the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court and almost the entire Courthouse building in Florence. The network is independent of the Pinal County network. “Being able to provide something that our customers have asked for time and time again is gratifying. Wireless connectivity is important to the general public, to the attorneys who use our services and the Judiciary as well,” said Chad Roche, Clerk of the Superior Court.
As court cases are filed within Pinal Superior, ones that are identified as “High Profile” will be updated in a new area within the webpage of the Clerk of the Superior Court. Up to date case activity for these types of cases can be found here:
The Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court is committed to providing quality customer service, ensuring the integrity and access to court records by supporting the Judicial process through efficient Records Management, Financial Administration and Jury Service.
An Adventure in Lean Six Sigma (LSS) is coming to the COSC on Friday, August 3 and the Clerk of the Superior Court, Chad Roche, extends a personal invitation to everyone in Pinal County to come and experience the Communication Fair. It will be an immersive experience with things to see and do. The Fair will explain the extremely successful methodology of LSS and how it will be used in government.
The First week in May in Pinal County as been officially proclaimed by the Board of Supervisors as Juror Appreciation Week. The Clerk of the Superior Court, Chad A. Roche, ap- proached the Board to secure the proclamation that honors Jurors who answer the call to Jury Service.“The right to a jury of one’s peers is a concept that anchors the American justice system,” Roche said. “It is a vital duty and privilege of citizenship,” he continued. The Clerk’s office plans on highlighting the im- portance of Jury Service throughout the week.
As of March 1, 2012, the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court in Pinal County will no longer process U.S. Passport applications.
Both the Florence Post Office and the Coolidge Post office will continue to process passport applications by appointment.
Any member of the public who wishes to obtain or renew a Passport can check the website of the U.S. Passport Agency for further information at http://iafdb.travel.state.gov/The Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court is committed to providing quality customer service, ensuring the integrity and access to court records by supporting the Judicial process through efficient Records Management, Financial Administration and Jury Service.
Beginning Monday, almost 20,000 questionnaires will be on their way to Pinal County residents. The questionnaires determine if a person is qualified and “fit” for Jury duty.
As Jury Commissioner, the Clerk of the Superior Court Chad A. Roche is responsible for providing a viable jury pool of qualified jurors to meet the needs of the Superior Court, Pinal County Grand Jury, State Grand Jury, Justice Courts, and the Magistrate Courts.
If you should receive this important questionnaire, it is important to respond quickly and accurately. The form must be returned to the Clerk of the Superior Court’s office within 10 days of receipt. Failure to respond is punishable by law.