The Alaska State Ombudsman began partnering with libraries around the state in 2018, because libraries are where many people go for information, internet connection, and assistance. We connected with librarians and other library staff at the Alaska State Library Association (AKLA) Conference in Juneau this month. By providing our information and resources to local libraries, we hope to connect with more Alaskans and provide access to ombuds services when they have problems or complaints about state government. It’s also a great opportunity to meet folks from all over Alaska and talk about how the Ombudsman serves our communities.
Intake Assistant Richard Radford shares info and resources at AKLA Conference 2019