Plainfield Town Court Switches to Odyssey
On March 1st, Plainfield Town Court in Hendricks County transitioned to Odyssey and became the 83rd court to use the statewide data-sharing case management system.
The JTAC deployment team conducted training for Plainfield Town Court Judge James Spencer and his staff the week prior to Odyssey go-live. The advanced functionality provided by Odyssey will help streamline court business practices and enable increased efficiencies in data entry. Plainfield Town Court has approximately 6,356 new cases filed each year, and these cases include misdemeanor, infraction and ordinance violations. Court case information will be available through Odyssey Public Access beginning July 1st. In addition to the Indiana State Police, the Avon, Brownsburg, Clayton, Danville, Pittsboro and Plainfield police departments, and the Hendricks County Sheriff department, all use JTAC’s e-ticketing software to issue traffic tickets. These tickets will be electronically filed with the Plainfield Town Court.
JTAC would like to thank Judge Spencer and the Plainfield Town Court staff involved in helping to make a successful transition to Odyssey.
Greene County Turns to Odyssey
After several weeks of training, the Greene County court staff entered their first case into Odyssey on March 9th, and they will add all pending and new cases utilizing the Odyssey case management system. Greene County did not use any case management system prior to Odyssey, and the staff is excited about the new technology. Greene County cases will be available through Odyssey Public Access on May 2nd, permitting Greene County residents the ability to obtain case information via the Internet for the first time.
Approximately 7,639 new cases are filed each year in the Greene County Circuit and Superior courts. Traffic cases issued by the Indiana State Police and the Linton Police Department using JTAC’s electronic ticketing software (eCWS) will be electronically filed in Odyssey, eliminating manual data entry by the clerk and court staff.
JTAC extends its thanks to Judge Erik Allen, Judge Dena Benham Martin, Clerk Susan Fowler and their staffs for all their hard work and dedication toward the implementation of Odyssey for Greene County.