Thirty-nine Indiana law enforcement agencies are now using Indiana’s Electronic Citation and Warning System (eCWS) to process traffic tickets and other citations and warnings; and another 15 agencies are scheduled to receive training in preparation for deployment of the system.
Grant County began using the Protection Order Registry on November 1, 2008, making it the 68th county to install the system. JTAC’s Protection Order Registry is available to counties without charge.
More information is online at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/jtac/programs/poregistry.html
The Indiana Judicial Center will host a Jury Managers Conference on Friday, November 14. Part of the curriculum includes a demonstration of JTAC’s Jury Management System (JMS) now being used in 35 Indiana counties.
JTAC staff is out in the field as counties prepare to use Odyssey, the new statewide case management system. Training has begun in DeKalb County which will be one of the next to launch the system. JTAC staff also visited Plainfield Town Court to prepare for the first pilot in a city/town court.
Part of the launch process in all counties includes reviewing court and clerk staff procedures and determining what data can be transferred from existing legacy systems. JTAC is preparing court data from Harrison County that will be added to Odyssey at Harrison County go-live.
The number of unique users logging onto the Odyssey Case Management System to check court records set a new record in October 2008 – 7,608 – an average of 245 different users every day of the month.
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