Friday, August 25, 2006

King County District Court Wins Award for Interpreter Web System

The National Association of Court Management (NACM) gave the King County District Court the 2006 Justice Achievement Award in recognition of the King County District Court Interpreter Web (KCIW). Washington Courts press release, Aug. 24, 2006.

This web-based system empowers District Court clerks, court administration staff, and court interpreters to efficiently and conveniently manage scheduling and assignment of interpreter services at all ten District Court locations. This includes civil, criminal, and probation matters, as well as other District Court business requiring an interpreter. A public access feature allows the public to view the system to check whether or not an interpreter is assigned to a case.
The system also handles payments and provide information for budgeting and planning.

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Graphic by mw. (I'm sure the actual trophy or plaque for the Justice Achievement Award looks much better than this!)

1 comment:

Fuck You Google said...

Hey Mary.

Yeah, that's a cute picture to make up for the real thing!

*Chuckles :)