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File #: 18-014    Version: 1
Type: Other Proposal Status: Passed
File created: 12/1/2017 In control: Judicial Council
On agenda: 1/12/2018 Final action: 1/12/2018
Title: Judicial Branch: Revisions to the Judicial Branch Statistical Information System (JBSIS) (Action Required)
Attachments: 1. 20180112-18-014, 2. Item 18-014 PowerPoint

Title

Title

Judicial Branch: Revisions to the Judicial Branch Statistical Information System (JBSIS) (Action Required)

 

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Summary

Summary

The Court Executives Advisory Committee (CEAC) recommends that the Judicial Council approve the revised statistical reporting definitions for the Judicial Branch Statistical Information System (JBSIS), effective July 1, 2018. JBSIS is the statistical reporting system that defines and electronically collects summary information from superior court case management systems for each major case processing area of the court. JBSIS is authorized through California Rules of Court, rule 10.400 and is the source of court operational data for the judicial branch, the Legislature, and other state agencies consistent with article VI, section 6 of the California Constitution and Government Code section 68505.

 

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Recommendation

Recommendation

The Court Executives Advisory Committee recommends that the Judicial Council:

1. Approve the revised statistical reporting definitions for the Judicial Branch Statistical Information System contained in Attachment A, effective July 1, 2018;

2. Direct Judicial Council staff to update the JBSIS manual, statewide JBSIS data warehouse, and any associated databases and electronic reporting interfaces consistent with recommendation 1; and

3. Delegate the authority to make technical, nonsubstantive changes to the revised definitions arising from court input to Judicial Council staff, subject to review by the Court Executives Advisory Committee.

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Speakers

Speakers

Mr. Jake Chatters, Chair, CEAC JBSIS Working Group

Ms. Kimberly Flener, Chair, Court Executives Advisory Committee

Mr. Chris Belloli, Supervising Analyst, Judicial Council Office of Court Research