JWorks puts the power of managing court information in your hands – where it belongs. Equal parts case, matter, participant, financial, and event management, JWorks serves up the information you need, when and how you need it. Download the Product Sheet >>>
We are driven by a justice system that instills confidence through its processes and is accessible to all citizens. Like you, equivant aims to embrace community while advancing justice and deliver better outcomes to all who touch the justice system. We do this through our deep domain knowledge, modern technologies, and expert services that help promote public and individual safety by informing decisions at every step.
The Northpointe Suite is an automated decision-support software package of industry leading risk, needs assessment and case management tools. The instruments address the complex set of risk, need and case management considerations that improve decision accuracy in custody, supervision and programming based on underlying criminogenic needs. Download the Product Sheet >>>
Whether conducting investigations, planning your case, or managing participants, JWorks serves up the information you need, when and how you need it. Predefined templates make setting up your own processes in JWorks a snap. Its page designer lets you control how your system looks and functions, from what appears on screens to field rules and filters. A robust [...]
An Examination of the COMPAS Classification: Results from a Study Conducted for the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office A robust and defensible inmate classification system is vital to ensuring the orderly and safe operation of a correctional facility. On average, local jails in the U.S. house over 750,000 people per day. Most inmates are pretrial detainees who have yet [...]
Supporting Evidence-Based Sentencing Decisions With Risk-Need-Responsivity Principles In 2011 the Conference of Chief Judges and the Conference of State Court Administrators endorsed a set of principles for incorporating risk and need assessment information into sentencing1. As of this writing, the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has published reports for ten jurisdictions profiling their experiences using validated risk-need [...]