Doxpop - Tools for Attorneys and Public Information Researchers: November 2009

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Vanderburgh Courts join the Doxpop Network

At long last! Doxpop welcomes the courts of Vanderburgh County. 

Adding Vanderburgh County has been a substantial project spanning more than a year. The people involved in this project are too numerous to thank in a brief blog post, so we'll pick on the superstars of this project: Judge J. Douglas Knight, Clerk Susan K. Kirk and especially the tireless Timothy VanCleave, Director of Vanderburgh County Court Information Systems have been instrumental.

We are adding Vanderburgh County Court information to Doxpop in two stages:
  • Currently, information on all public cases filed from January 2005 through current is available and updated every 15 minutes.
  • In early December, all remaining cases will be added back through January 1993. (Limited information will be available on many cases through 1980, but complete coverage starts in 1993.)
 On December 9th and 10th, Doxpop's training staff will be on-site in Evansville to hold demonstration and training sessions. Watch this blog for more information on exact times and locations.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Madison County Recorded Documents Now on Doxpop

Doxpop is pleased to welcome the Madison County Recorder as the newest local government information provider in the Doxpop community. Many thanks to Lisa Hobbs, County Recorder, for her help in making this possible.

The Madison County document index extends back to November of 1989 and the document images extend back to January of 1990. Madison County is our 2nd county recorder with 20 years of images available!

Madison and the many other counties working with Doxpop help serve the public interest by making information available via the web at no cost to the county. Doxpop provides a range of tools designed to facilitate timely and efficient communication between county agencies and those who use county data.

Doxpop has been providing public access to Indiana court records since 2002 and Indiana recorded documents since 2005. Madison County is the 9th Recorder's office to join the Doxpop network, which currently provides access to over 10.5 million court case records and over 4.1 million recorded documents.