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Juvenile and Corrections System (JCS)

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  1. Juvenile and Corrections System (JCS) Scotty Jackson

  2. “Integration” in the Juvenile and Corrections Integration (JCI) Project name refers to the process of developing systems that share a single JIS database. The single database contains information entered by multiple organizations into multiple JIS legacy and Web-based systems. Data entered by multiple organizations (systems) can be reused rather than recreated by another. JCS uses and displays information entered in the JIS database by superior courts and county clerks, juvenile departments and courts of limited jurisdiction. JCS Integration

  3. What Data is Used in JCS? From SCOMIS From JIS From JIS Calendaring JCS

  4. JIS/JCS Integration Data created by county clerks, juvenile departments, and courts of limited jurisdiction: • Person information • Addresses • Aliases • Family relationships • Individual information • Phone numbers • School • Case information • Juvenile Offender (S8) and Juvenile Dependency (S7) legal cases (superior courts) • Criminal and infraction history (superior courts and courts of limited jurisdiction) • Hearings (superior courts and courts of limited jurisdiction) • Diversion accounting cases (superiors court)

  5. What Data is Used in JCS? SCOMIS/JCS Integration • Data created by county clerks: • Legal case information • Information and petition filing • Charges/causes • Motions • Notices • Scheduled hearings • Hearings held • Warrants • Charge results • Orders (some)