Auscript’s Court.fm supports efficiencies in Queensland’s judicial systemJanelle Mangan
Queensland courts are leading the way in offering court officials unmatched access to the court record through a homegrown technology known as Court.fm.
The secure, online streaming service, developed locally in Brisbane, supports efficiencies within the Queensland judicial system by transforming the way judicial officers are able to access the court record.
More and more court officials are now using the first-of-its-kind system with Court.fm accessed more than 7,000 times last year across matters heard in Queensland Courts, the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission. The Queensland courts join the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court in using the industry-leading solution.
Auscript’s Chief Operating Officer, Kate Gaske said Auscript was proud to offer Queensland judicial officers unprecedented access to court recordings since becoming the exclusive transcription services provider for Queensland courts in 2013.
“As a Queensland business, we are dedicated to providing our State’s courts with faster, more reliable and simple access to the court record via innovations such as Court.fm and our same-day transcription service,” Ms Gaske said.
“The ever-growing number of judicial officers listening to their courts via our Court.fm platform is evidence of the support for the service and the flexibility and efficiencies it offers.”
Court.fm provides authorised access to near-live digital audio recordings of court sessions allowing quick and easy listening, and the making of notes alongside the audio on any mobile device or desktop.
To learn more about Court.fm click here.