The Indiana Supreme Court was named a finalist in the 13th Annual Information Integrity Coalition’s international competition. The court was honored for its work on major technology initiatives including the Odyssey statewide case management system; electronic Protection Order Registry; electronic Citation and Warning System for law enforcement and electronic infraction reporting to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
“During a recent training session for our police department regarding domestic violence and JTAC, an officer went to his car and got his laptop. Within three minutes he was able to confirm a no contact order had been issued by the court on an arrest he had made the prior weekend. His ease at locating this information made a huge impact on everyone in that training session. Having twenty-four hour access to the vital information that JTAC provides protects our citizens and our law enforcement 0fficers. Thank you for such a great service.”
Robert E. Roberts, Vigo County Prosecutor’s Office
Chief Deputy Prosecutor
JTAC is building an interface between the POR and Quest
New features have been added to the Protection Order Registry, including:
- Firearms Questions – The Respondent/Defendant screen will ask: “Weapon Involved?” The answer will drive cover sheet.
- Ex Parte Order – There is more control over wording in an order’s Findings and Conditions and a text field was added to Condition 2 for clarifying intent. A Judge can now approve an order recommended by a Commissioner or Referee.
- Request for No Contact Order – Added at the request of Prosecutors.
- Attachments – An new indicator alerts users an attachment has been added
- Service Info Report – Lists all Orders Awaiting Service
- Return of Service Form – This form will speed up preparation of the Service Package
- New Forms:
- Respondent’s Verified Request for a Hearing
- Petitioner’s Verified Request for Dismissal
- Verified Motion to Reinstate Petition for an Order of Protection
- Order of Transfer to Court