February 5, 2020, This webinar has passed. The recording will be made available within the next week in the Members Only section at www.dgpo.org.
TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific
PRICE: Free to all attendees
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About the Webinar
New Jersey legislation requires the courts to run a risk assessment against a defendant to determine the risk for non-appearance or likelihood to re-offend. To meet this requirement, the New Jersey Courts team developed the Public Safety Assessment (PSA) application that sweeps state and federal criminal justice system databases to build an individual’s risk profile. Effective Data Quality processes, Master Data Management capabilities, and extract, transform, load (ETL) database functions were essential to create and deliver these assessments – they are available to the courts in seconds.
During this webinar, our experts from the New Jersey Courts will:
- Describe their Data Governance journey and the long-term vision
- Share challenges faced and lessons learned
- Illustrate the compelling cost-saving benefits achieved
About the Speakers
Chief Information Officer, New Jersey Courts
Since October 2012, Jack McCarthy has been responsible for establishing strategies and direction for information technology in the New Jersey Courts. He began his career with the judiciary as a probation officer, worked as a business analyst on the judiciary statewide case management systems, worked as a network analyst, led the state’s Information Technology Security Division, and led the judiciary business analysis unit prior to his appointment as Judiciary CIO.
Project Manager of Database Administration and Governance, New Jersey Courts
Kristin Rangel is the Project Manager of Database Administration and Governance for the New Jersey Courts. She has over 15 years of experience in database administration, providing project management, strategic planning, and guidance in overseeing the development, implementation, and maintenance of new applications and existing court database systems. Most recently, Kristin was the project technical lead and supervisor for the Criminal Justice Reform project, building a statewide enterprise party database for the New Jersey Courts using Master Data Management software and tools.