CCAP brings state-of-the-art computer technology and software to Wisconsin's circuit courts by developing hardware and software and providing training and technical support. Key to the program's success is that users are involved in the design process, ensuring CCAP software is easy to use, functional and innovative.How do I contact CCAP?
CCAP is a state-initiated and funded program that supports joint state/county responsibility for the court system. Contact information. Consolidated Court Automation Programs Jean Bousquet, Chief Information Officer 110 East Main Street, Suite 500 Madison, WI 53703-3328 Ph: (608) 267-3728 Fax: (608) 261-6655How does CCAP work in Walworth County?
When a criminal or juvenile case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Walworth county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.Who uses CCAP computers in Wisconsin?
Clerks of circuit court, registers in probate, juvenile clerks, circuit court judges, and circuit court staff in all of Wisconsin's 72 counties use CCAP computers in their offices and chambers as well as in the court-rooms. Access to the Internet, the court system Intranet, and Internet e-mail is also provided.