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NCJ Number: 40731 Find in a Library
Title: PHILADELPHIA - JUSTICE INFORMATION SYTEM - DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (DAMIS)
Author(s): ANON
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 73
Publication Number: REPORT NO 2.0
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (DAMIS) WILL PROVIDE THE PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE WITH AN AUTOMATED CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.
Abstract: THIS PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION OF THE FUNCTIONAL CAPABILITIES TO BE ADDED TO DAMIS COVERS FOUR MAJOR AREAS OF DEVELOPMENT: INITIALIZATION OF CASE RECORD FILES, UPDATING OF CASE STATUS, ON-LINE INQUIRY, AND REPORTS. DETAILED PROGRAMMING INFORMATION IS PROVIDED FOR EACH SUBJECT. APPENDED IN THE REPORT ARE AN IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE, A LISTING OF THE DAMIS DATA BASE ELEMENTS, AND THE EVENT DISPOSITION SCREENS, WHICH FURNISH THE DATA ENTRY OPERATOR WITH ALL POSSIBLE DISPOSITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH EACH PROSECUTION EVENT....MSP
Index Term(s): Court information systems; Court records; Dispositions; Pennsylvania; Prosecutors
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