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Thomas J. Doerr

President Judge

Butler County Community College

HQ Phone:  (316) 321-2222

Email: t***@***.edu

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Butler County Community College

901 S Haverhill Rd

El Dorado, Kansas,67042

United States

Company Description

For over 40 years, Butler County Community College (BC3) located in Butler, Pennsylvania, has been the "The Smart Place to Start" for more than 100,000 students. BC3 offers 63 associate degree, career, and transfer programs in liberal arts, business, nursing a... more

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Murrin , Taylor , Flach & Horan


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Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts

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Pennsylvania Bar Association Video Offers Insights on Courtroom Interviews of Children in Custody Cases | Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network

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President Judge Thomas J. Doerr, Butler County Court of Common Pleas


wbut.com

At a meeting Monday night, James Lokhaiser Jr. was given the oath of office by Butler County President Judge Thomas Doerr.


www.pasa-net.org

Butler County President Judge Thomas Doerr gave the Butler Area and South Butler school districts special permission on Sunday to have their qualified school police officers - all Pennsylvania State Police retirees - carry their personal service weapons in school buildings.
Read the rest of the story: "Butler School Districts Get OK to Arm School Guards" (from The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 1/16/13)


www.scoop.co.nz

Butler County President Judge Thomas Doerr's Sunday court order affecting the Butler Area School District and another for police in the South Butler County School District, both about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh, were first reported by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.


www.butlereagle.com

Butler County President Judge Thomas Doerr has issued an order to station indefinitely a deputy sheriff in the county commissioners' offices.
Doerr said on Monday, "The atmosphere within the fifth floor (of the Butler County Government Center, where the commissioners' offices are located) has become increasing volatile to the point where I believe it could potentially lead to a breach of the peace." Doerr said this opinion is based on information he gathered while reading reports related to the commissioners' business in the Butler Eagle, seeing the public meetings that are broadcast and hearing from court house personnel. "The commissioners, the staff and potentially the public have become confrontational. I honestly believe someone could lose their temper and become violent," Doerr said. "Not that it will happen, but there is that potential. And I believe its my obligation, that if I believe that could happen, to take active steps to make sure it does not happen." By state law, a county's president judge is responsible for security in the court house. Doerr said he did not meet with the commissioners prior to making this decision. Doerr, who notes his order is to "be implemented as soon as practical," said it's likely the deputy will take the new station no earlier than Monday. He said it is hoped that the deputy will have access to a computer to do paperwork while in the commissioners' office.


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