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History of jis for new county clerks

History of JIS

(for new County Clerks)

Jan Hickey, JIS Education Services


What is the jis

What is the JIS?

  • The Washington State Judicial Information System (JIS) is the primary information system for courts, serving as the statewide clearinghouse for criminal history information including protection-type orders and outstanding warrants. 

  • The Judicial Information System is a suite of applications that facilitate the adjudication of cases in Washington courts.


History of jis for new county clerks

Authorities for the Judicial Information System

  • Judicial Information System Committee Rule 1

  • A statewide judicial information system to be developed. [effective 1976]

  • Judicial Information System Committee Rule 18

  • Specifies which records are added to JIS.

  • [effective 1994, amended 2001]

  • RCW 26.50.160

  • To prevent competing protection orders and assist courts when issuing orders the JIS database shall include names of parties in specified actions and criminal history. [1995 c 246 § 18.]

  • Trial Court Rules

  • Specify content of charging documents

    • Superior Court Criminal Rule CrR 2.1(a)(2)

    • Limited Jurisdiction Court Criminal Rule CrRLJ 2.1(b)(3)(ii)


A brief history of jis time alphabet soup

PC based applications

Pre-1994 RRS

1994 JRS/DOS

1996 JRS/WIN

2005 JRS 3

2005 JCS for JUV

2000 JABS

2002 New ACORDS

Web based applications

A Brief History of JIS Time(alphabet soup)

1992 ACORDS

1979 JUVIS

1983 DISCIS

Mainframe applications

1977 SCOMIS

1994 JASS – JIS for SupCt

1996 JIS Collections

1997 JIS DV modifications

2000 JIS modified for JUV

2003JIS LFO Billing


History of jis for new county clerks

JIS Applications Used By Superior Courts

SCOMIS

Superior Court Management Information System

JIS(AKA JASS or Person Database)

Judicial Information System

JRS

Judicial Receipting System

JABS

Judicial Access Browser System

Hyperion

A data warehouse query tool


History of jis for new county clerks

JIS vs SCOMIS


History of jis for new county clerks

JIS Applications Used By Juvenile Departments

JIS

Judicial Information System

JCS

Juvenile and Corrections System

JUVIS(read only data)

Juvenile Information System

Back-on-Track

Juvenile Risk Assessment Tools

Hyperion

A data warehouse query tool


History of jis for new county clerks

JIS Applications Used By District and Municipal Courts

JIS(formerly known as DISCIS)

Judicial Information System

JABS

Judicial Access Browser System

Hyperion

A data warehouse query tool


History of jis for new county clerks

JIS Applications Used By Appellate and Supreme Courts

ACORDS

Appellate Court Record and Data System

JIS

Judicial Information System

Hyperion

A data warehouse query tool

SCOMIS(read only data)

Superior Court Management Information System


History of jis for new county clerks

All JIS Applications Share Data

JCS

SCOMIS

JIS

JRS

JABS

ACORDS


History of jis for new county clerks

From 1977 until 1994, SCOMIS was the case management system for superior courts and JIS was for district/municipal courts.

SCOMIS

JIS

In 1994 superior courts began using JIS for statewide offender history and accounting.

In 1997 superior courts began using JIS for cases involving protection-type orders.


Superior court case filings

Superior Court Case Filings


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