Establishing Judici security groups and assigning users to them

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Judici has security rules which you can align with PC JIMS security in order to provide online access on a "need to know" basis.

Types of security groups

Automatic security groups- for the broad categories of users already set up in the PC JIMS CMS

  • Judges
  • Attorneys of Record
  • State's Attorney
  • Public Defenders
  • Probation Officers
  • Appointed Conflict PDs and Guardians Ad Litem (on hold)
Customized security groups- these are customizable by the court, in order to control access more precisely. For example:
  • Example 1: Your full judge or PO group might not include documents and data on juvenile cases, but customized Extended Access security groups can be used to grant that to only specific individuals.
  • Example 2: You might find use for groups such as "PD users with access to warrants" or "POs with access to juvenile documents and data."

Establish desired security groups and their privileges

Call Kat at Goodin Associates, and she will walk you through what is required:
  • Automatic security groups- Exhibit D2 -Automatic Extended Access Security Groups form
  • Extended Access security groups- Exhibit D2 -Extended Access Security Groups form

Assign users to automatic security groups

This is automatic for users properly set up in PC JIMS. Contact Kurt at Goodin Associates to walk through how to check. 

Assign users to security groups

Go to courtsupport.judici.com/6201 for instructions.



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