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Courthouse Issues in a Comprehensive Facilities Program. Presentation for the International Judicial Academy March 2001 Gerald Thacker, Courthouse Development Consultant. Necessary Elements. Functional Analysis of Needs Development of Space Standards Determining Requirements Short term

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courthouse issues in a comprehensive facilities program

Courthouse Issuesin a Comprehensive Facilities Program

Presentation for the

International Judicial Academy

March 2001

Gerald Thacker, Courthouse Development Consultant

necessary elements
Necessary Elements
  • Functional Analysis of Needs
  • Development of Space Standards
  • Determining Requirements
    • Short term
    • Long term
  • Evaluation of Current Facilities
  • Review of Alternative (Technologies)
the most critical element
The Most Critical Element
  • Judicial Involvement in Every Phase
    • Selection of Architect
    • Facility Design
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Appropriate Facilities are Essential to the Administration of JusticeJudicial Involvement is Essential to Obtaining Appropriate Facilities
judicial responsibilities
Judicial Responsibilities
  • Educate Themselves in the Process and Issues
  • Listen to Design Experts
  • Manage Costs
long range facility planning
Long Range Facility Planning
  • Caseload People Space
  • Short term
    • Modification of Existing Facilities
    • Design/Construction of New Facilities
  • Long term
    • Appropriate Sizing/Expandability
    • Prioritization
major courthouse design issues
Architectural Selection

Security

Designing for Flexibility

Technology

Focus on

Security

Technology

Major Courthouse Design Issues
integrated courthouse automation an active partner
Integrated Courthouse Automation: An Active Partner
  • Current and Future Needs
  • Design Implications/Costs and Alternatives
  • Courthouse
  • Courtroom
automation in the courtroom
Automation in the Courtroom
  • Presentation of Testimony
  • Presentation of Evidence
  • Taking the Record
  • Access to Ancillary Information
  • In-Court Case Administration
  • Public Access
  • Security
automation in the courthouse
Automation in the Courthouse
  • Business Processes
  • Electronic Filing
  • Case Administration
  • Recordkeeping
  • Public Access
  • Security
  • Telecommunications
  • Building Operating/Fire & Life Safety
the smart courthouse
Equipment

Communications

Cabling

Equipment connections

Outside Access

Control Switching

Infrastructure

Conduit

Power

Lighting

Sound Reinforcement

Accommodation

Lines of Sight

Flexibility

The Smart Courthouse
integrated security
Integrated Security
  • Throughout the Design Process
  • With All Building Systems
  • Work Processes
  • Future Courthouse Arrangements
members of the design team design together for security
Members of the Design Team Design Together for Security
  • Judges
  • Court Administrators
  • Ancillary Departments/Agencies
  • Courthouse Security Personnel
  • Facility Managers
  • Architects/Engineers
awareness of risks
Awareness of Risks
  • Vandalism
  • Theft
  • Personnel Security
  • Litigants (family/friends) disruption
  • Prisoner movement
  • Judicial Security
  • Terrorism
solutions architectural systems people procedures
Courthouse Approaches e.g., lighting, landscaping, locks, vehicular control, parking

Perimeter

Access

Public

Court Staff

Prisoners

Others, e.g., witnesses, jurors, undercover agents

Internal Circulation Patterns

Restricted Access Plans

Symbolism

Construction techniques and materials

Electronic Systems, e.g., Cameras/monitors, Locks, screening

Solutions:Architectural Systems+People+Procedures