State to Provide Computer Equipment to Pulaski County in Preparation for Court Software Switch

Pulaski County is getting some new computer equipment from the state, as part of its switch in court software. Circuit Court Judge Mary Welker told the county commissioners last week that Superior Court Judge Crystal Brucker Kocher has been working hard on the transition to the Odyssey system, and Circuit Court will benefit, as well.

“The state has been kind enough to let us replace seven desktop computers – they’re going to give us those, dual monitors, Office licenses for all seven of them, a laptop, and a 27-inch touchscreen monitor,” Welker said. “They’re going to give us five document scanners. So they’re going to send those all to us.”

Odyssey is the system used by the Indiana Supreme Court, and it’s directly compatible with several registries and databases used by the county’s judicial system. The actual switch is scheduled to take place next year.