Collaboration and Data Sharing with the Judiciary Mark Dobek Director, Judicial Information Systems Michigan Supreme Court. Status of Case Management Systems for the 251 trial courts in Michigan 17 vendors provide software to Trial Courts 10 are Home-grown or County Based Applications
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Collaboration and Data Sharing with the JudiciaryMark DobekDirector, Judicial Information SystemsMichigan Supreme Court
17 vendors provide software to Trial Courts
10 are Home-grown or County Based Applications
7 are vendor provided services
Judicial Information Systems
35 different modules that are based on specific case types
Deployed on 150 different distributed hardware environmentsMichigan Judiciary
Provide access for courts, to other court’s data;
Central Name Index
Data comparison with other courts
Provide better statistical analysis by SCAO on detailed trial court data;
For example: details on criminal charges and their dispositions
Data sharing with Executive Branch Agencies
Michigan Department of Human Services (MDHS)
Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC)
Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH)
Michigan State Police (MSP)Judicial Data Warehouse
JIS (Hall of Justice)
State of Michigan LMAN
JDW Technical Infrastructure
JDW Implementation Map
Partially Implemented. Refer to Regional Implementation Map.
On Hold (Application DecisionPending)
Partially Implemented and Application Decision Pending
Alternate Name Type (example: AKA = Also Known As)
Attorney Type (example: A = Appointed)
Case Security (example: P = Public)
Case Status (example: O = Open)
Disposition Code (example: DIS = Dismissed)
Gender (example: F = Female)
Party Type (example: D = Defendant)
Offense Code Type (example: L = Local Offense)
Offense Original or Amended Indicator (example: O = Original)
Offense Modifier (example: A = Attempted)
Race (example: A = Asian)
Standardization and cleansing of Addresses
Postal Soft is used to standardized addresses. Unique Addresses are stored and address history is maintained.Standardization
Compares the court’s DLN with the DLN from MDOS. This results in more accurate matches when assigning the UPI number. The MDOS DLN, Address, Gender, and DOB is displayed in BI-Query and the Name Search Application.
Death Record Matching with MDCH
Compares Name and DOB with individuals with court records to the MDCH Death Record Database, allowing court personnel to cease collection efforts or cancel outstanding warrants on deceased individuals.Collaboration and Data Sharing
Finds missing dispositions for open arrest records from the CHR database. The list of matching dispositions is provided to the Court for verification. After verification is complete, the records are electronically updated with the records from the JDW.
Traffic Citation Tracking for Office of Highway Safety and Planning (OSHP)
Part of OHSP’s strategic plan to link vehicle crash data to a citation’s disposition and sentence information.
Match data from the CRASH system to JDW to develop aggregate and trend reports dealing with individuals involved in a crash. For example, how many individuals involved in a crash are repeat offenders, or how many of these individuals had MIPs.
The addition of court data will assist OHSP in the analysis of individuals involved in crashes and ultimately be able to allocate their federal funds to programs that will assist in preventing these occurrences.Collaboration and Data Sharing
Courts are able to query on an individual and view entire judicial history statewide.
Probation Officers from both MDOC and the District Courts can monitor individuals using the JDW to see if they have violated their probation by committing offenses in other counties, or have changed their address.
Friend of the Court staff use the JDW to locate missing parents.
Determining repeat offenders in DUI Courts
Cyber terrorism crimesCollaboration and Data Sharing (continued)
Further linking the Crash, Citation Data to EMS Transport and Death data files.
Determine drug court success based on recidivism rates
Inmate data from Michigan Department of Corrections
New data feed from the OMNI system loaded to the JDW
Contains active Prisoners, Parolees and Probationers
Expected to be available by end of 2007 calendar year
Department of Human Services
Children Absent without Legal Permission (AWOLP)
Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS)Under consideration for future development