State’s Attorney’s Employee Kim Tarvin Named Macon County Employee of the Quarter
Macon County State’s Attorney Jay Scott announced today that State’s Attorney’s Office employee Kim Tarvin has been named Macon County Employee of the Quarter for the 2nd Quarter of 2014. This honor is given to Macon County employees who go above and beyond in their service and who are role models for other county employees. Tarvin was presented the award at a ceremony during the Macon County Board meeting on July 10, 2014.
Tarvin has been with the State’s Attorney’s Office for more than 18 years, and currently serves as Coordinator for the Adult Diversion Program and as Victim Advocate for the Elderly Victim’s Crime Unit. During 2013 she was instrumental in increasing the collection of Diversion Program fees to the county by 55%, and in increasing the collection of restitution to crime victims by 103%. “I am very proud of Kim’s efforts on behalf of the office and the community,” Scott said. “She has always shown a tireless work ethic and a true commitment to justice and to crime victims. She is a true public servant and is very deserving of this award.”
Macon County State’s Attorney