Updated August 21, 2019
Comptroller’s review results in no findings for the second straight year of the 22nd Judicial District Drug Task Force.
District Attorney General Brent Cooper commends the Drug Task Force on its remarkable financial operations as shown in the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury’s recently released annual Review of Funds report.
These outstanding results are due to the hard work and careful attention to detail by dedicated public servants,” said Cooper.
Judicial District Drug Task Forces operate in 25 of the 31 judicial districts, including the 22nd District serving Giles, Maury, Wayne and Lawrence, each is audited annually by the Comptroller’s Office.
According to reports, there was not a single audit finding by state auditors in the 22nd District or any Judicial District Drug Task Force or District Attorney’s Office across the state.