The Management Information Systems (M.I.S) Unit is responsible for managing and maintaining the court technology and communication requirements of the judicial system. Services currently provided by the Unit include providing the internal customers with timely, effective and efficient support services; maintenance of all existing applications; database administration; deployment and support of computer hardware and software to the courts; maintenance of the ‘For-The-Record’ (FTR) software, the ‘Judicial Enforcement Management System’ (JEMS) software and the Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) software, network, servers and system security to ensure robustness of all systems.
The MIS Unit provides:
The objectives are to:
The Records Management Unit: The Records Management Unit provides records management services across the judicial system. It ensures that the judiciary’s records are properly created, maintained, appropriately stored and easily retrieved, thereby improving the administration of justice.
The Records Management Unit is also responsible for providing statistical data for the information of the Registrar, Chief Justice and Judicial Council. It is responsible for analysing vital statistics registrations and preparation of the Registration Office Annual Statistical Report.
Finally, the Unit provides website content management, data entry services and the processing of certificates and other documents required by overseas applicants.
|Thompson, Marcia||Systems Administrator|
|Hinds, Tonya||IT Support Officer|
|Waternam, Jason||IT Support Officer|
|Forde, Corey||Audio Visual Officer|
|Hinkson-Nurse||Audio Visual Officer|
|Hinds, Shirley||Senior Clerk|
|Johnson, Dionne||Satistical Assistant|
|Jemmott, Joy-anne||Clerical Officer|
|Marshall, Ryan||Clerical Officer|
|Belgrave, Patricia||Data Entry Officer|