Michigan’s Judicial Data Warehouse (JDW). Why Build a Judicial Data Warehouse?.
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Currently, Michigan’s 241 trial court locations are supported by 29 different case management systems deployed on 150 different servers. A statewide court database does not exist and this creates a void in the knowledge about individuals and cases in the Michigan Court system.
Centralized Name Index
State Court Administrative Office
Mark Dobek/Margo Runkle
Judicial Information Systems
State of Michigan
Department of Information Technology
Bull Information Systems
Bull Services utilizes the following key processes to build the Judicial Data Warehouse:
Field Staff can access the Judicial Data Warehouse via:
Sensitive and non public data is restricted to proper personnel.
When implemented Statewide (EST 12/2008)
Currently Implemented (2/2007)
JDW Implementation Map
Partially Implemented. Refer to Regional Implementation Map.
On Hold (Application DecisionPending)
Partially Implemented and Application Decision Pending
There are several benefits to implementing a Judicial Data Warehouse, namely:
Show me the total number of Personal Protection Orders filed in Genesee County in 2005.
PPO Case Types:
PH - Stalking
PJ - Juvenile
PP - Domestic
PO – Protective Orders
Show me everyone with an Outstanding Warrant in Lake County. I want to see the person’s name, address, date of birth, and DLN.
Show me the number of open cases by Judge in Midland County.