Juvenile Unified Case Management (Juv UCM) Project
JDCAP has been involved in supporting the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) County Criminal Justice Unified Case Management System.
The County Criminal Justice Unified Case Management System (CJ-UCM) has been developed to meet the common and unique needs of the counties and the departments within those counties. Through the commitment to change and dedication from a number of counties and other stakeholders, CJ-UCM has become the unified solution for counties to manage their jail, adult probation and district attorney data.
In addition to the adult UCM solutions, JDCAP has built and continued to build a juvenile version to capture data required for Chapter 3800 compliance as well as some of the newer standards related to the Standardized Program Evaluation Protocol (SPEP) and the Juvenile Justice System Enhancement Strategy (JJSES).
Does not require programmers or techies to use or maintain
24/7 software access
Ability for users to access standardized or customizable dashboards to access real-time data.
Can be hosted internally by a county/agency or in a shared resource environment
National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) compliant
Provides the ability to take forms offline on mobile devices for remote entry and scheduled synchronization
Wizard driven reporting for business, non-technical users
Tool/technology can be internalized in the agency and expanded into other departments/areas
Facilitates surveys and assessments to assist with classification and risk assessments.
A more cost effective option as opposed to multiple stand-alone case management systems for your internal department needs.
An option to have the applications hosted by a CCAP trusted private cloud.
The ability to implement a product (Microsoft Dynamics CRM) that can be used by the agency technology department to develop other justice applications. This gives the agency an option for less expensive and more controllable software development.
The ability to query data and generate program specific reports by end users.
Security Role design allowing limitations to access defined by the organization.
Current Modules include but are not limited to the following:
- Intake (demographic information)
- Health and Safety
- Notification tracking
- Property management
- Education (limited)
- Clinical service management (tracking content, dosage and duration for individual and group sessions.)
- Restitution and community service tracking
- Assessment/screening management
- And safety plans.
UCM can be accessed on smartphones or tablet devices with access to the Internet.