Design Principles for Juvenile Court Information Systems

Publication year: 1991  |  Cataloged on: Jul 23, 2011

Poorly designed information systems do not improve by application of new technology; they only produce information of little utility more rapidly. Effective information systems begin with good design. This document presents a design that juvenile courts can use to guide the development of an information system that serves the court's operational, management information and research needs, and that also addresses the state court's need for juvenile court information.

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