Welcome to the juvenile court eRecords web page. This web page was created to provide information to community partners and the public, about the juvenile court's transition to electronic records. The web page contains information and forms on requesting access, training in CARE, and training materials for community partners and the public. The page also includes links to Online Court Assistance Program (OCAP), the website for assistance in preparing court documents and My Case, a system that allows you to view information about your juvenile case and e-payments. CARE is the Court and Agencies' Record Exchange (CARE) case management system. CARE is a system designed to be used by a wide variety of users and its purpose is to manage data throughout the entire process of involvement with the Juvenile Court. The CARE roles for partners and current capabilities to eFile in juvenile court are also available for viewing. Additionally, the web page includes answers to the "most frequently asked" CARE questions and contact information for CARE trainers and specialists in each district.

Getting Started with eRecords

CARE Access and Community Partners

  • CARE E-Filing Processes - March 2014 - PDF Document PDF
  • Instructions on requesting access and training in CARE - PDF Document PDF
  • Agency Agreement - PDF Document PDF
  • User Agreement - PDF Document PDF
  • CARE Computer Requirement Instructions - PDF Document PDF

CARE and eRecords Training

Public Information

eRecords Information

CARE Frequently Asked Questions

Technical Difficulties

  • CARE and eFiling Trainers - PDF Document PDF

Page Last Modified: 8/31/2015
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