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Title: Directory of Automated Criminal Justice Information Systems, 1990: Vol. II -- Courts
Corporate Author: SEARCH Group Inc.
United States of America
Project Director: D J Roberts
Date Published: 1990
Page Count: 179
Sponsoring Agency: Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)
Washington, DC 20531
SEARCH Group Inc.
Sacramento, CA 95831
Grant Number: 89-BJ-CX-K005
Document: PDF
Type: Directory
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This directory of automated criminal justice information systems focuses on the courts; other volumes compile similar data for corrections, law enforcement, probation and parole, and prosecution.
Abstract: The directory is intended to be a valuable resource for criminal justice agencies when selecting an automated information management system that will meet their individual needs. The directory is divided into four parts: agency description records; system description records; indexes; and appendixes. Agency description records are based on information provided by individual agencies that responded to a national survey of criminal justice agencies. These records contain such information as agency address and telephone number, contact person, computer equipment, automated functions, and criminal justice software applications. System description records reflect survey responses from computer developers and vendors. These records include information on products and list agencies that have used the named products. Directory indexes enable readers to search the directory quickly and easily for information on agencies and systems. Appendixes list discipline-specific automated system functions, manufacturer abbreviations, the court survey form, and the software developer/vendor survey form.
Main Term(s): Automated court systems
Index Term(s): Management Information Systems
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