This month’s spotlight is a little different. We would like to honor a records officer who is retiring this week.
CJ Prisbrey began working with the Salt Lake City Police Department in 1974 and has held a variety of different roles since that time. As a dispatcher in 1990 her quick thinking and calm demeanor were highlighted on the popular show Rescue 911.
In 1994 she began as a supervisor in Records. Her years have been spent working to efficiently manage the large number of reports created by police officers and other employees. CJ faced the challenges associated with training and the enforcement of records management with the greatest tools in her toolbox: her direct supervisor Mia Jacobs and her other co-supervisors.
Although CJ is retiring this week, she recognized the need for an efficient transfer of responsibilities. She has ensured that the agency’s retention schedules are tidied up for those that will follow her, and that makes her a super star in our book!
Thanks CJ for all that you have done and we wish you luck in your next endeavors!