by Simone Wichers-Voss
Throughout the week, there are many comings and goings at the Bosque County Courthouse – from jurors, inmates, clerks, county employees and citizens.
On Feb. 3, for the third time, the courthouse was closed to the public to provide the courthouse employees an eight-hour training in security and safety. The training was important for new employees, but for those who had participated before the training got a refresher course and new information.
According to Bosque County Emergency Management Coordinator Tim Jeske, who initiated and organized the training, the day focused on county employees, the citizens they serve and their own safety.
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