By: Steve Glisky, Practice Manager, ImageSoft The criminal justice system holds prosecutors and law enforcement officers to unique statutory responsibilities which, when not honored, can lead to misconduct and disciplinary action. The effort required to ensure these protocols are respected at times take a backseat to the daily grind of pushing stacks of paper files … Continue reading State Statutes Got You Stressed? Go Paperless
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft To be more specific, it was me – a 5’1” content writer — walking into the St. Clair County Courthouse, and I’m pretty sure it was the door security who had a good laugh as I uncertainly put my belongings on the conveyor belt to be scanned. Clearly, nervous me … Continue reading A Content Writer Walks Into A Prosecutor’s Office…
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft As the first eyes on a crime scene, law enforcement sees a case from the first-responder’s call all the way to a conviction. While officers understandably want to stay updated on the lifecycle of their cases, their intimacy and communication with the entire process is also critical to putting criminals … Continue reading Through an Officer’s Eyes: How Going Paperless is Strengthening Law Enforcement
This blog post was written by a previous PA office manager, who chooses to remain anonymous. As an office manager for a county’s Prosecuting Attorney’s (PA) Office, I was thrilled to have made the switch from paper files to using The Paperless Prosecutor Solution (PPS). As law offices, law enforcement agencies, and courts increasingly make … Continue reading Feel like you need more FTEs? Maybe you need PPS!
By: Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft A day in the life of prosecuting attorneys is defined by the materials in their case files (often stored in banker’s boxes)…evidence, testimony and research. The piles of paperwork grow exponentially, with police reports, photos, victim and witness statements, discovery and investigation reports, and so on. Moving from arraignment, … Continue reading What Prosecutors Want and Need