On August 4, 2011, the Steuben County Probation Department became the 17th agency to begin using Odyssey Supervision. The Steuben County deployment was also the first “dual deployment” for JTAC, which involved coordinating the Odyssey Case Management System (CMS) deployment schedule for the courts and clerk’s office with the probation department’s deployment plans.
On July 14th the Parke County Probation Department became the 15th probation department in the state to begin using Odyssey Supervision. The Supervision component will be used in Parke County to monitor not only adult and juvenile probation cases, but also drug court cases. The probation department will be able to discontinue use of their legacy case management system, which was primarily used to tabulate quarterly statistical data.
On June 27th court personnel in Scott County began training on the Odyssey case management software, and on Monday, July 11th they began using their new data sharing technology.
The Latino Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence offered training to domestic violence service providers on June 29th. The ENLACE – Encouraging Non-Violence Through Legal Assistance and Community Education – training was attended by agencies throughout central Indiana.
The most recent JTAC training for officers was held in Indianapolis on June 16th for the following agencies:
- Ashley Police Department of DeKalb & Steuben Counties
- Trail Creek Police Department of LaPorte County
- Spurgeon Police Department in Pike County
- Bicknell Police Department in Knox County