Colorado District Attorney's Council (CDAC)
Denver, CO, USA
Established in 1972, primarily for intra-city and intra-agency communications, the Colorado District Attorneys' Council (CDAC) is recognized through its statutory authority as a governmental entity within the state of Colorado. As such, it enjoys a unique role within the law enforcement and criminal justice community.
The first leg of the CDAC was the implementation of a statewide prosecutor's case tracking system that would be of benefit to the citizens of Colorado by assisting ALL the District Attorneys in prosecuting defendants. The second leg of the CDAC's computer system is based on intranet access to case and interagency information. The third leg of the CDAC's computer system is based on integration with other criminal justice agencies.
They had 3 projects with TEXTML Publisher:
- A DUI manual where they stored the procedures for police officers and prosecutors
- An Evidence Manual, which stores information relevant to the procedures surrounding evidence filing
- Expert Witness Bank where they will store a list of experts and add the category of expertise they have and the list of cases they worked on