Goal is to expand vital public services with better-informed decision-making
VIA WEB CONFERENCE—The Judicial Council at its May 21 meeting approved new data and information policy concepts that aim to improve how the judicial branch uses data and information to guide decisions on expanding and improving court operations and services.
VIA WEB CONFERENCE—At the start of the council’s Mar. 12 business meeting, Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye reviewed how courts over the past year have addressed challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Chief Justice explained how local court innovation, supported by state funding and branchwide emergency rules and technology planning, has delivered a variety of services and options for court users to access their justice system. These services include remote proceedings, voice-to-text language translation, and online live chat and automated chatbots.