Implementing a Data Quality Program and utilizing data in decision making. Courts collect data to better manage cases and the docket as a whole, to report to the public, to make decisions about resources, to inform policy, and to comply with reporting requirements.. Far too often the data we have… Read more
Poverty is not a crime, yet people in poverty can trigger escalating fines and fees through inability to pay—a self-perpetuating cycle. This cycle of escalating courts costs, fines, and fees effectively criminalize poverty. This education session focuses on two court projects aim to avert this escalation by including the assessment… Read more
eCourts is NCSC’s premium education conference. By focusing on the hottest topics driven by the latest trends in technology, eCourts is the right conference for those seeking an immersive learning experience: all sessions take place on a single stage, with education offered by leaders in the field showcasing innovation. Attendees report eCourts is a great place to take a small, cross-functional team to discuss how learning can be applied across one’s court, with the smaller exhibit hall allowing more time for in-depth discussion with exhibitors.