The need for additional oversight of court accounting procedures and case records highlights several concerns about the Linn Creek Municipal Court operation. That’s according to a state audit released on Monday. In the audit, additional supervisory reviews of accounting records were recommended mainly because the court office is a one person operation collecting court monies and recording transactions. The audit also found the case management system is lacking supporting judicial orders, a number of case files are missing and stronger password controls need to be implemented. Overall, the Linn Creek Municipal Court received a performance rating of “fair.” The audit was conducted as part of the Municipal Courts Initiative which expands the standard court audit process.