On November 16, 2011, the Hendricks County Probation Department became the 20th agency to use the Supervision module of the Odyssey Case Management System. After three days of instructional training and practice exercises, probation officers began adding cases to Odyssey Supervision. The Hendricks County implementation included both the Superior Court Probation Department and Circuit Court Probation Department, which will consolidate into the Hendricks County Probation Department on January 1, 2012.
On October 25, 2011, the Union County Probation Department began using the Supervision module of the Odyssey Case Management System. They are the 19th agency in 15 counties throughout the state to deploy Odyssey Supervision.
JTAC has just made available to all law enforcement agencies throughout the State eCWS v3.0! eCWS v3.0 brings two major improvements for law enforcement to the e-ticket system and includes an enhancement for court users.
JTAC is pleased to report that 104 courts in 35 counties are now using the Indiana Supreme Court’s Odyssey case management system. These courts comprise more than 34% of the state’s caseload. This achievement marks a significant milestone toward installing a uniform case management system in all Indiana courts. The most recent Odyssey deployments have taken place in Terre Haute City Court in Vigo County, and the Circuit and Superior Courts in Hendricks County.
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.