CJIS for Courts tracks any type of juvenile case,
from initiation to disposition. Access to these cases can be
restricted to authorized users by the CJIS security subsystem.
CJIS for Courts tracks complete information about the juvenile,
including charges, legal status, bond and security/depositor
data, defense attorneys, prosecutors, evidence and exhibits,
dispositions, sentences and appeals. On inquiry, CJIS for Courts
summarizes the activity in a case, displaying the current status,
the date and nature of the last event in the case and the date
and nature of the next scheduled event.
CJIS Juvenile Case Management
Each juvenile offender is assigned a unique person I.D. number
that is linked to a complete file of information for that
juvenile. This includes physical descriptors, aliases, prior
arrests and/or convictions, known associates, addresses, and
family background. Because a juvenile can have multiple pending
cases, his or her pre-trial status for one case can be affected
by any of the cases. For this reason, the unique person I.D.
connects to a person record that reflects the latest pre-trial
status of the juvenile across all pending cases for the
individual. The system automatically summarizes the complete
activity for the juvenile across his or her active and disposed
cases, including active warrants, monies due under each case, and
current custody location.
CJIS for Courts records all past and future scheduled events.
This information can be sorted on-line by courtroom, judge, date,
and/or range of dates. Additionally, hard copy calendars can be
produced in a user-defined format.
A Rules-based Scheduling feature is available in
the client/server version that permits automatic calendaring of
future events on the basis of department, organization, and
jurisdictional rules. Calendar rules are maintained in
user-defined tables, that can be updated as needed.
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CJIS for Courts tracks all monies due and paid and the
distribution of the money among the designated funds. This
collections subsystem automatically maintains totals for monies
owed by a person across all of his/her cases, and can produce
receipts, checks and collection letters.
CJIS for Courts tracks warrants and their status. Warrant records
can be created automatically based on information entered for the
juvenile case. Moreover, a hard copy of the warrant can be
generated and directed to a printer at any location.
Speedy Trial Date
CJIS for Courts can track a speedy trial date for a juvenile
case. An excluded time record contains information regarding
events that affect the speedy trial date. CJIS for Courts
automatically recalculates the maximum trial date, after
considering excluded time.
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Form and Notice
CJIS for Courts includes a capability for generating forms and
notices. Data are merged into pre-defined formats and/or text to
produce notices, subpoenas, summonses, writs, docket sheets, and
other court documents.
CJIS for Courts can be used to produce ad hoc and standard
reports regarding case activity in the court. This includes
calendars, case listings and disposition, and mandated
CJIS for Courts includes a comprehensive security subsystem that
allows various levels of update and inquiry access for different
users or groups of users, and restricts access to juvenile cases
to authorized users.
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