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Quality Control Department
Location: Judicial Center, Room 307
Phone: (240) 777-9115
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
In 2001, Court Administration established the Quality Control Department to be in charge of one of its key functions at the court – maintaining the integrity of the information that the court generates and improving the quality of the data it collects. Specifically, the Department is in charge of data quality control for Civil, Criminal, Family, and Juvenile cases. One of the Department’s main responsibilities is to investigate and resolve data-related discrepancies found in these cases.
Currently, the Quality Control Department reviews over 30 different daily or weekly reports on cases that have one or more potential data issues or problems. Based on the reports, the Department determines if a given case has the problem as indicated by the report, and after detecting the problem, identifies its source(s) and reports to the responsible department(s) to correct the discrepancies. To solve these problems, the staff uses various information sources, ranging from actual case files to recorded court hearings. The Department also monitors the trend of cases with these problems and reports any unusual changes. The other major task of the Department is the auditing of closed criminal and miscellaneous petition cases. The Department verifies the information in these cases against the court’s database for accuracy and proper closures. All of these responsibilities fall upon the staff of the Department who are not only familiar with the details of case processing and legal procedures, but also are conversant with data codes.
Because of its frequent contacts with various departments of the court, the Quality Control Department also performs as an informational liaison between these various departments and the Data Processing Department that maintains the court’s case-related data. In this capacity, the Quality Control Department also engages in continuous communications with other departments on quality control issues and, with their assistance, strives to continue improving the quality of the data at the court.
Weekly data quality and data assurance activities performed by the Quality Control Department:
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Judicial Center, 50 Maryland Avenue, Rockville, Maryland 20850
Notice Regarding Building access to the Montgomery County Circuit Court:
The Montgomery County Circuit Court is expanding and as we renovate the court and construct a new annex, please follow our progress at Please follow our progress at Judicial Center Annex website.
Due to construction, the Montgomery County Circuit Court Maryland Avenue entrance to the Judicial Center will be closed to staff and pedestrian traffic for approximately 6 months starting on or about September 10, 2012. Signage will be posted on and around the exterior of the building as well as in the Rockville Core area directing people to enter through the Monroe Street side of the building or the Terrace level entrance from the Executive Office Building.
Almost the entire atrium portion of the Lobby will be blocked from usage, therefore space will be tight and we ask for your indulgence. Again, please pardon our progress and thank you for your patience.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE: All Sheriff's sales and other legal auctions have moved to the Judicial Center's Monroe Street Entrance. Attorney, law enforcement, juror, employee and all other pedestrian access to the Judicial Center will be exclusively through the Monroe Street or Montgomery County Executive Office Building cafeteria entrances.
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