Person-centered justice is so important for individuals and communities. Learn more about person-centered justice and how to do it effectively in a case-centered world.
Mental illness among justice-involved individuals continues to be top-of-mind for justice professionals across the country. Regardless of where your jurisdiction is in your journey toward prioritizing mental health care, there’s a lot to be learned from others.
We sat down with Becky Kelderhouse, General Manager – Court division of equivant, to talk about the impact of data and data sharing on the justice system.
Data is coming and going through your agency at astounding rates and that data-sharing is an essential part of the justice process.
If you could design your ideal virtual court, what would it include? Now that we’re well past the panic, it’s time to think about what’s the right way for courts to operate remotely.
If your case management system can’t move data in and out in real-time to capture every movement in a case, you won’t have the information you need to make decisions.
When you’re working with equivant, configurability means flexibility. It means the technology conforms to your processes, not the other way around.
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.