Wherever you serve in the justice and public safety world, you are facing rising caseloads and tighter budgets. We have made the easy changes, and yet the gap remains. Many jurisdictions are taking radical steps to balance their budgets – cutting the court docket, leaving judicial vacancies unfilled, and laying off police officers. These types moves don’t solve the core problem, and they risk the safety and security of the communities we serve.
What if there was another way? What if simple-but-powerful technology could allow us to cut paperwork, save staff time, immediately issue search warrants, and cut down on dangerous prisoner transport? If the experience of some innovative jurisdictions is a guide, this might just be possible.
Join Governing magazine for a live, interactive web seminar on this critical topic. You will learn how to:
• Respond to national trends in courts, corrections, and policing
• Use secure virtual communications to replace in-person meetings
• Support video arraignment and judicial conferencing
• Share documents and collaborate online
The event will include a special presentation that demonstrates how the San Antonio, Texas, courts and SAPD used virtual technologies to issue near-instant search warrants and cut costs.
Contributor, Governing Magazine
Former Director of E-Government, State of Texas
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