Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

Board of Juvenile Court Judges

25969--Publications
6873--Board meeting minutes

AGENCY: Board of Juvenile Court Judges

SERIES: 25969
TITLE: Publications
DATES: 1966-
ARRANGEMENT: Chronological by date.

DESCRIPTION: Documents created by the agency, including pamphlets, reports, leaflets, file manuals, annual reports, other published or processed documents, and the last manuscript report, if not published, relating to management projects. Electronic versions of publications may be considered a duplicate if identical to a printed copy.

Holdings include "Position Statement on Judicial Reform for the State of Utah" (September 1966).

RETENTION

DISPOSITION

Transfer to the State Archives with authority to weed.

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

Paper: Retain in State Archives permanently with authority to weed.

Microfiche master: Retain in State Archives permanently with authority to weed.

Microfiche duplicate: Retain in State Archives permanently with authority to weed.

APPRAISAL

Historical

This disposition is based on Utah State General Records Retention Schedule, Schedule 1, Item 25.

These records serve to document the history of the agency and to inform the public of the agency's services and programs.

PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public


AGENCY: Board of Juvenile Court Judges

SERIES: 6873
TITLE: Board meeting minutes
DATES: 1907-
ARRANGEMENT: Chronological

DESCRIPTION: This is the record of the meetings of the Board of Juvenile Court Judges. This board is established under UCA 78-3a-10 and consists of all of the juvenile court judges. The board has the responsibility to establish general policies for the operation of the juvenile courts, set the rules for practice and procedure, prepare an annual report of the operations of the court, receive and expend funds, and contract with federal and other state agencies the care and placement of children. The different titles reflect organizational changes over the years. These files include the date, time, place, and participants of the meeting; the topics discussed, and any decisions reached. In archives custody are two bound volumes (1907-1941 and 1941-1944) as well as loose sheets in four manila envelopes (10/4/63 through 12/12/70, 1/8/71 through 12/11/75, 1/5/76 through 12/14/79, and 1980-1983.

RETENTION

DISPOSITION

Retain in agency custody.

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

Paper: Retain in Office for 1 year after being microfilmed and then transfer to State Archives with authority to weed.

Microfilm master: Retain in Office permanently.

Microfiche master: Retain in State Archives permanently.

APPRAISAL

Administrative Historical

As the policy setting body of the juvenile court, this record is of historical importance. Microfilming is recommended for security purposes as well as to provide both the research center and the court access to the record.

PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public