As we look ahead to 2023, the most important trends will be carryovers and continuations of the forces that have shaped court technology for the past few years.
Setting up secure data exchange between courts and other agencies can be a breeze, especially when courts embrace the process.
How automating everyday court processes helps advance justice.
Courts rapidly adopted technology at the pandemic’s start. Now they have the opportunity to combine remote and in-person proceedings and services to best serve justice and the public.
In the justice system, we have to expect the unexpected. Regardless of what causes your agency to operate offline, ensure your agency’s data and tech are secure by implementing an effective disaster recovery program using these five steps.
The nationwide staffing crisis in jails has created some damaging outcomes for our colleagues on the ground: low morale, mandatory overtime, and increasing safety concerns. Check out our compiled resources to help your team navigate staffing shortages effectively.
This week, community supervision professionals across the country are gathering in person and virtually at the American Probation and Parole Association's 47th Annual Training Institute to discuss some of the biggest issues currently affecting our communities - and the most innovative strategies to address these issues. We're looking at four key trends in community supervision your agency should keep in mind.
The National Center for State Courts' National Open Data Standards initiative can help set national data standards by creating rules around how data are defined and recorded. Anyone adopting the national standards would share a set of common definitions and technical standards around data collection and sharing.
Correctional facilities nationwide are feeling the effects of extreme staffing shortages, putting both staff and inmates at increased risk. Check out three small steps your facility can take to help mitigate the effects of staff shortages.
It's a digital world out there. In a system designed for physical evidence, how have you made the expansion to digital?