The Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals (ATSIP) 2019 Traffic Records Forum takes place August 4-7 in Austin, Texas. The forum is an opportunity for all stakeholders to consider how technology, innovation, and research improves traffic safety information systems.
We are excited to head to Austin to discuss how online dispute resolution (ODR) for traffic increases efficiency, fairness, and access to justice.
Online Adjudication of Traffic
Furthermore, the following Matterhorn customers and innovators from Michigan, Texas, and Arkansas will be sharing their Traffic ODR experiences and outcomes in a session taking place on Tuesday, August 6 at 8AM CT:
- Nicole Corr, Prosecutor, Farmers Branch Texas
- Kevin Barrett, Court Administrator Farmers Branch Municipal Court, Texas
- Magistrate Elisha Fink, 14A District Court, Michigan
- Lisa Fusik, Court Administrator, 14A District Court, Michigan
- Judge Milas Hale, Sherwood District Court, Arkansas
ODR Benefit: Compliance in Farmers Branch, Texas
Since launching ODR for traffic citations in January 2018, violations of Promise to Appear and Failures to Appear have declined by over 32% at Farmers Branch Municipal Court.