With a prison population spread across 34 separate facilities, it’s difficult under the best of circumstances to keep track of inmates’ whereabouts, not to mention their appointments, special circumstances and sentence changes. For decades, California prisons managed this tracking manually, adding to paper files that were started the day inmates began their sentences. View Press Continue Reading
Marquis electronic Offender Management Information System (eOMIS™) – Healthcare Management EHR has successfully completed 2014 Modular Ambulatory EHR Certification. The Healthcare Management EHR is part of the eOMIS suite of solutions that include: Inmate Management and Community Supervision and is the only Corrections Based EHR that is seamlessly integrated with an enterprise-caliber Offender Management System. Continue Reading
The Strategic Offender Management System (SOMS) project has been chosen as one of the 10 Government Computer News (GCN – gcn.com) Magazine’s 2014 Award Winners for “Outstanding Information Technology Achievement in Government” in 2014. Over the years, the GCN Awards have come to symbolize the best and most notable IT accomplishments in advancing the work Continue Reading
Marquis is a proud Corporate Sponsor of the American Parole and Probation Association (APPA). The APPA 39th Annual Training Institute is being held in New Orleans from Aug. 3-6. Come see us at booth CV2 for a chance to win a Kindle Fire HD and see the new enhancements to our Offender Management System.
Marquis is a proud sponsor of the Southern States Correctional Association (SSCA) this year being hosted by the Great State of Georgia in Historic Savannah. Next year it will be in Little Rock, Arkansas. Arkansas has been a development partner for the electronic Offender Management System (eOMIS) since 2000.
“Opportunities for Information Sharing to Enhance Health and Public Safety Outcomes” published by IJIS and the Urban Institute!
The final report for the Criminal Justice and Health Collaboration Project, Opportunities for Information Sharing to Enhance Health and Public Safety Outcomes was published on April 3, 3013 by IJIS and the Urban Institute. This effort was one of the first criminal justice and health cross-discipline information sharing projects and will further improve information sharing efforts Continue Reading