TechShare.Prosecutor: Digital Multimedia Evidence (DME) Summit brings in more than 100 county representatives and software vendors

If you’ve been following the news lately, odds are you’ve seen coverage recently regarding police-worn cameras. In fact, police agencies all over the United States are beginning to equip officers with cameras in response to legislation from the Capitol and the recent string of deadly interactions between police and the public. The hope is that […]

TechShare.Juvenile: JCMS live statewide by August 2015

Colors on the Map: The counties filled in with green are live and running on either JCMS Basic or TechShare.Juvenile. The counties filled in with pink are in the process of implementing. Did you know that by the end of the summer all but four Texas counties will be live on TechShare’s juvenile case management […]

On the Road Again: TechShare.Prosecutor team traveling to conferences outside Texas in July

It’s been a busy year so far for Troy Pickett, TechShare.Prosecutor Resource Manager, and his team. Ever since a web demonstration of the system in February with Kay Chopard, Executive Director, National District Attorneys Association (NDAA), it seems like the conference invitations outside of Texas just ‘keep ‘a comin’. In May, the team traveled to […]

TechShare.Court: Dallas County Commissioners Court approves implementation project for criminal and JP courts

This morning, Dallas County Commissioners Court approved moving forward with two TechShare.Court implementation projects, one for the Criminal Courts and the other for the Justice of the Peace Courts. The Dallas County Criminal Courts will be rolled out in phases, beginning with a pilot program in four courts scheduled for April 2016. The remaining Criminal Courts are […]

TechShare.Prosecutor: team attends Idaho Prosecuting Attorneys Association 2015 Management and Leadership Conference in Boise

Pictured: TechShare Program Director, Charles Gray, and TechShare.Prosecutor Resource Manager, Troy Pickett, visited the Idaho State Capitol during the Idaho Prosecuting Attorneys Association 2015 Management and Leadership Conference. You might recall an article about a visit to Salt Lake City from our March edition. Then again, we know a lot has happened since April showers […]

TechShare.Indigent Defense: Enhancement Grant Workshop hosted by Bell County

Pictured: Mark Kenneth presenting at the workshop in Bell County on Tuesday, Apr. 28. On Apr. 28, 2014, the Bell County Justice Center welcomed members from all 11 counties participating in the TechShare.Indigent Defense project to participate in a workshop to start discussing design and development of new functionality. This initiative is being funded under […]

Defense Attorney Portal: training a success in Potter County, Go-Live date set for June

On May 7, the TechShare.Prosecutor team traveled to Amarillo, TX to facilitate training on the Defense Attorney Portal as part of the effort to implement TechShare.Prosecutor in Potter County. The defense attorneys who attended received a total of 2.5 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) hours accreditation. This included one hour of ethics. A special thanks goes […]

Return on Investment: refund checks issued to Dallas and Tarrant County Commissioners Courts following Collin County’s decision to join TechShare.Juvenile

(Left to right: Commissioner Theresa Daniel, Commissioner Mike Cantrell, Urban Counties Executive Director Donald Lee, County Judge Clay Lewis Jenkins, Commissioner John Wiley Price, Commissioner Elba Garcia) Donald Lee, Executive Director, Texas Conference of Urban Counties, recently issued a refund check to the Dallas County Commissioners Court for their participation and funding of TechShare.Juvenile, a […]

TechShare.Prosecutor: Dallas County celebrates 1-year anniversary since implementation

On Mar. 17, 2014, Dallas County was the first county in Texas to implement TechShare.Prosecutor. This year, Mar. 17, 2015 marked the county’s one-year anniversary since Go-Live. To thank the implementation team for their commitment to the project, Ellyce Lindberg, Assistant District Attorney, Dallas County, and LaFayne McCall, Applications Specialist, surprised them with a TechShare.Prosecutor […]

Potter County Commissioners Court Votes to Implement TechShare.Court for Justice of the Peace Courts

In an effort to implement a case management system for its Justice of the Peace Courts, Potter County Commissioners Court voted on Monday, Mar. 23 to join the TechShare.Court project. The TechShare.Court project began when the Texas Conference of Urban Counties, on behalf of Travis, Dallas, and Tarrant counties, issued an RFP for an a […]