On January 8th, Assistant Chief of Police Bob Fey of Ball State University Police hosted a Protection Order Registry (POR) training conducted by LaJuan Epperson, JTAC POR Project Manager. Five law enforcement agencies including Ball State University Police participated in the training. The other agencies that were represented were Albany PD, Eaton PD, Daleville PD and Delaware County Emergency Command Center.
On Tuesday, May 15, Lake County began using the INcite Marriage License application. By Friday at noon, the busy office had issued 50 marriage licenses and recorded 12 marriage ceremonies!
On February 24th, Monroe County implemented the Protection Order Registry (POR) / Odyssey CMS interface. The POR / Odyssey interface allows transactions that are processed in one system to be automatically updated in the other system. The interface increases productivity and eliminates duplicate data entry.
In 2010 and 2011, the Judicial Conference of Indiana, along with the Indiana Department of Correction, implemented policies which mandated the use of the electronic version of the Indiana Youth Assessment System (IYAS) and the Indiana Risk Assessment System (IRAS) for juvenile and adult offenders under the supervision of probation, community corrections, problem-solving courts, court alcohol and drug programs, parole, and the Department of Correction. To date, nearly 152,000 risk assessments have been completed by these entities statewide in the on-line INcite Risk Assessment Application developed by JTAC.
The 2012 Master Jury List was released to all Indiana Counties October 18th. On the same day, JTAC’s Jury Management System (JMS) was moved to the new INcite framework with new features and five new reports. Once the inevitable technical “dust” settled, users found the improved system much to their liking.