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BG Municipal Court’s Doug Cubberley among first to earn Certified Court Executive status PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 October 2013 09:30
Douglas Cubberley, Court Administrator/Chief Probation Officer of Bowling Green Municipal Court  is among 37 Ohio court professionals who are the first ever to earn the prestigious, national Certified Court Executive credential by taking all their coursework in Ohio. They were recognized Sept. 27 at a certification ceremony at the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center in Columbus.
Offered through a partnership between the Ohio Supreme Court's Judicial College and the National Center for State Courts Institute for Court Management since 2002, the Court Management Program addresses specific training needs of court leaders. Several states, including Ohio, bring this training program to court professionals so out-of-state travel isn't necessary to complete the coursework.
Each of the graduates already attained the Certified Court Manager credential by completing a Level I six-module, three-year program. They completed another six modules for the Level II executive certification on topics such as strategic planning, leadership, and court community communication.
Participants represent all jurisdictions and regions of the state and include court administrators, elected and appointed clerks, chief probation officers, and other court staff in management positions. Supreme Court Justice William M. O'Neill offered his congratulations, and Supreme Court Administrative Director Steven C. Hollon presented certificates.

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