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.
In addition to our efforts to enhance Odyssey’s Supervision Product Center, our team continues to work with Tyler to enhance the case management and financial management components of Odyssey to increase the usability of the system. Currently, our team is working with Tyler on the following modifications, scheduled for release later this year:
- Calendar form updates to allow for all parties to be printed.
- Monthly Report of Collections.
- Automated lockbox processing capabilities for traffic ticket payment processes.
Another successful and informative Judicial Conference is over!
In addition to offering a LexisNexis Refresher course, JTAC staff provided our ‘Internet Café’ and Demo Room. One of our favorite stories to tell about the JTAC Room is how, with a few laptop computers, an all-in-one printer (scan, fax, print), and an Internet connection, we are able to help judges continue the business of their court while attending the conference.
Does Odyssey provide public access to court records? Is there a charge to users?
The Indiana Supreme Court makes all public court records in Odyssey available through its website.
We discovered a hiccup in the Public Access website recently, so please help us get the word out.
If a case is manually created within Odyssey (where the case number is entered by the user instead of automatically generated), it is important that the user INCLUDE THE DASHES using the following format (per Administrative Rule 8):
If the dashes are not included, then the case can only be found on a Public Access search if the searcher includes the dashes in the case number.