Pre-trial and post-conviction: The approach is different, the requirements are different, the reporting is different, the individual’s needs are different, and your agency’s needs are different. What stays the same? Your team.
You need case management that’s as adaptable as you are. You’re looking for case management that’s forward-thinking and flexible.
When you’re working with equivant, configurability means flexibility. It means the technology conforms to your processes, not the other way around.
The top 5 ways courts are bringing in more payments and building better community relationships in the process.
Erin King, Customer Success Manager at Northpointe, spent most of her career helping people get their lives back on track as a probation and parole officer, training and mentoring other supervision professionals, and implementing evidence-based practice into her jurisdiction and around the country.
The cost of mental health care continues to rise. It’s time to assess the tools you already have and find ways to better serve your inmates and your community.
COMPAS-R Core, a risk and needs assessment designed specifically for today’s practitioners. It has 30% fewer questions, is highly configurable, and was developed using research and data from agencies like yours.
When the case is flowing, the work is flowing… or is it? We hear caseflow and workflow used interchangeably in many courts, and the truth is, they’re distinct functions that both need to be moving along smoothly to serve your community.
While caseflow is about the case progressing through its timeline in an equitable way, workflow is the behind-the-scenes mechanism that makes it all happen.
As we think about moving forward, where we go from here, it’s easy to focus on those processes. Courts shifting services online has been an incredible leap forward in access to justice. Online dispute resolution is breaking down barriers. Available court technology is better than ever.