Template 10 Sample Devolution Court Office All Primary Office Devolution Office

Template 10 sample devolution court office all

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Template 10 Sample Devolution Court Office: All Primary Office Devolution Office Clerk’s Office/Criminal Division Clerk’s Office/Civil Division Juvenile Court Adult Court Chambers ‘A’ Chambers ‘B’ 11. Recovery/Reconstitution (No Template) Identify in narrative form the procedures to resume operations and administration to pre- event status such as: IT Systems Voice and Data Communications Business Operations Mail Service Personnel In this section the court creates a plan to transition from COOP to pre-event status after the threat or disruption subsides or ends. Where relocation to an alternate(s) was necessary, the procedures should ensure a smooth transition from the relocation site to the original or new court facility. National Center for State Courts Sample COOP Plan Draft 1 11/2006Updated 1/8/07 30
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A Comprehensive Emergency Management Program Appendix B B Appendix COOP Plan Templates The following blank COOP plan templates are designed for users to complete each section of the plan through a series of instruction prompts. Unlike the Sample COOP Plan in Appendix A, all information in the blank templates must be en tered by the user. Sample COOP Plan
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Blank COOP Plan Temp l ates The following blank COOP plan templates are designed for user s to complete each section of the plan through a series of instruction prompts. Unlike the Sample COOP Plan in Appendix A, all information in the blank templates must be entered by the use r.
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CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN FOR THE [INSERT COURT NAME] [INSERT COURT NAME] [INSERT DATE] [INSERT DATE] [Insert Court Logo] [Insert Court Logo]
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[Enter header if desired] TABLE OF CONTENTS [Enter Table of Contents for COOP Plan] [Enter TOC for COOP Plan] [Enter footer if desired] [Enter page number]
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[Enter header if desired] Security Notice [Insert the court's policy for authorized distribution of the COOP plan.] [Insert the court's policy for authorized distribution of the COOP plan.] [Enter footer if desired] [Enter page number]
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[Enter header if desired] 1.0 Executive Summary [Insert a brief summary of who or what entity authorized the development of the COOP plan, the court offices covered by the plan, and its general purpose.] [Insert a brief summary of who or what entity authorized the development of the COOP plan, the court offices covered by the plan, and its general purpose.] 1.1 Introduction [Insert a statement as to why the plan was developed and wha t , if an y , guidance was used in its preparation.] [Insert a statement as to why the plan was developed and what if any guidance was used in its preparation.] 1.2 Purpose [Insert the purpose of the COOP plan, e.g., goals and objectives.] [Insert the purpose of the COOP plan, e.g., goals and objectives.] 1.3 Applicability and Scope [Insert the court offices and entities covered by the plan and how the plan is to be applied.] [Insert the court offices and entities covered by the plan and how the plan is to be applied.] 1.4 How to Use this Plan [Insert how the COOP plan is organized and what is covered in each section.] [Insert how the COOP plan is organized and what is covered in each section.]
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