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J-ONE "New Hampshire's Integrated Justice System"

Initial J-ONE Functions to Automate

  1. Bench Warrants Capias

    As the New Hampshire Administrative Office of the Courts transitions from the Sustain case management system to Odyssey, a key information exchange function is lost. That is, Odyssey is not able to exchange electronic warrant data with the Department of Safety warrant database. This will be corrected by enabling information exchange between Odyssey and the warrant database through J-One.

  2. Complaints

    Police and prosecutorial agencies send criminal complaints to the courts in order to begin criminal proceedings. Using J-ONE they will be able to send complaint information electronically to the court's records management system.

  3. Dispositions

    Once a criminal proceeding has been completed, the court will send an electronic copy of the disposition information to the agency where the charge originated, the appropriate corrections agency, and State Police Criminal History database, via J-One

  4. Uniform Charge Table

    The Uniform Charge Table (UCT) will standardize charges for all members of the criminal justice community in New Hampshire . Uniform charge information may include a major charge, a minor charge, RSA number, and associated NIBRS code. UCT will promote consistency in justice information exchange. And it will provide substantial value when J-ONE provides data for analysis of criminal justice system issues.

  5. Protective Orders

    The current protective order system uses manual data entry and a fax-back system. The fax-back system facilitates the distribution of the protective order to law enforcement agencies in the state, as well as out of state parties via the state police. This project will develop the capability in the court to electronically capture and manage protective orders and send them to J-ONE. And J-ONE will forward them to the National Crime Information Center, state police, or Gunline database.

  6. Bail Orders

    Bail is currently set by bail commissioners at the time of arrest, or it may be set in a courtroom by a judge. This project would capture bail information electronically so it can be exchanged via J-ONE.

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