Posey County officially transitioned to the Odyssey CMS on Monday August 16, becoming the 22nd county in the state to do so. With the addition of the Posey Superior and Circuit courts, the total number of courts operating on the Odyssey system statewide is now 61. Judges Almon and Redwine along with Clerk Butler and their respective staffs are to be commended for the effort they provided to ensure that the move from their legacy system to Odyssey was a seamless one. Public access to Posey County court records should be available on or about August 30th. The new system benefits not only the court and clerk users, but the public as well. Attorneys and the public will be able to search court records online and avoid a phone call or trip to the courthouse.
Also, JTAC is training staff in the Posey County Prosecutor’s Office on Monday, August 23rd so that they can review electronic traffic tickets in the eCWS Central Repository. Once approved, these tickets will be electronically filed to Odyssey.