Public Access Software
Public Records, Settlement Technology, Fee Payment, and More
The justice system is required to offer certain records to the public upon request. i3 Verticals makes it easier than ever to get this information through the use of innovative case searching and document downloading. As a bonus, we’ve included other public-focused options such as fee payment, dispute technology, and more.
The Modern Way to Access Public Records
Managing public records can be overwhelming due to the sheer volume of records, as well as, the long arduous task of distributing hard copies upon request. Enter i3 Verticals and our Public Access Portal. With our solution, the public can go online to search for cases and view records on demand. There is no photocopying required, no trips to the courthouse, and payment is made in-platform in real time. Courts do not need to worry about distributing or overseeing documents, and the public can get the answers they need on their own time. All records are housed digitally, thereby protecting them from being misplaced or damaged. The Public Access Portal is the next generation of public records, and it can be configured for your court in no time.
i3 Public Access
Public Access Portal
The JusticeTech Public Access Portal is available through computer browsers, a standalone kiosk, or smartphones. It can be set up to provide key information to public users with just a few clicks. The JusticeTech Portal serves as a hub of information to improve transparency and accessibility from the justice system.
- Allow the public to search for cases on their own in real time to limit the number of in-person requests your team needs to fulfill
- Offer certified document downloading (with payment tool), so users can obtain a document without assistance from the court and with minimal risk to the data within the document
- Keep the public updated on current cases with court schedule access
- Give users the option to pay fees and fines digitally when and where it is convenient
- Provide alternative means to dispute traffic or parking tickets via Online Dispute Resolution
- Give access to the public through the platform as a standalone entity, or as an integrated part of your county/jurisdiction’s existing website