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INL Initiates Implementation of Case Activity Data System (CADS) in Trinidad and Tobago Judiciary

On June 13, 2024, INL’s Caribbean Anti-Crime Grant, implemented by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), held a Project Implementation Letter (PIL) signing ceremony for the Case Activity Data System (CADS) for the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago.

The PIL signing ceremony was a closed event that took place at the Waterfront Judicial Centre in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago. Remarks were given by U.S. Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, Candace Bond, and The Hon. Chief Justice Ivor Archie.

The CADS system is a case management and data collection tool that automates case progression with wide-ranging reporting capabilities. It was developed in response to a lack of electronic systems to capture data, provide statistical analysis and support case and internal management.

The Judiciary will be utilizing the system in the Court of Appeals. It is anticipated that CADS will contribute to more effective and efficient internal operations, such as operation of judicial panels, caseloads, and scheduling of cases. It will also enable comprehensive data collection and statistical analysis, which are critically needed to assess ongoing needs and allocate resources effectively. This data-driven approach is essential for the continuous improvement of the justice system in Trinidad and Tobago.

The Hon. Chief Justice Ivor Archie O.R.T.T. and U.S. Ambassador to Trinidad & Tobago, Candace Bond, at the CADS PIL Signing on June 13, 2024.























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