College for Professional Studies
MS Software Engineering and Database Technologies
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
One of the most significant challenges faced by courts today is managing the performance of their case management system to meet growing case loads efficiently and effectively. There are many different types of technology to help in developing an electronic courtroom, but the underlying technology is the database. Databases are used by courts for maintaining case records, personnel and other court management data. But many conditions such as training and technological infrastructure need to be in place to support successful systems. This work presents the results of a survey of case management operations and practices in Kenya. Current state of technology and court operations as well as a database design plan is examined. The findings of this study present a basis for planning, designing, and implementing a successful case management database system in Kenya.
Date of Award
© Samwel Oyuuh
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Oyuuh, Samwel Otieno, "Databases in Courts: the Kenyan Experience" (2010). All Regis University Theses. 57.