Welcome to the My Court Calendar™ (MyCC) online help section. The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) listed below will provide you the answers to the most common questions received by our MyCC Services team.
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- Emergency Service Professionals can create calendars and update work schedules.
- The state attorney's office, clerk of the court and public defenders' office staff has read-only access to the work schedules.
- Court dates can be schedule based upon the best available date and time relative to the witness's on-duty schedule.
- Court documents can be electronically transmitted in the form of a PDF attachment to an e-mail sent directly to the agency.
- The emergency service professional and the supervisor will instantly receive alerts that a court document has been transmitted.
- The witness and supervisor is sent periodic reminder alerts of the upcoming court dates. These can be controlled by the supervisor and range from 7 days out to 4 hours from the actual court time on the subpoena.
- An electronic record is stored which captures the date and time of transmittal, the name of the agency and person sending the documents, the date and time of acceptance, and a history of alerts sent to the witness and supervisor.
- Our court calendars can also sync to your other calendars so double entry is not required.
- When an emergency service agency receives a subpoena from a process server, a staff member can verify the individual work schedule on-line prior to accepting the court documents. Staff members can then input the court data and electronically send the documents through the program directly to the witness.
- The court documents are stored in the software program for future review or to meet state retention policies.
- Emergency service professionals can also add photos and other data to their calendars which will not be visible to anyone else.
- Supervisors can manage shifts, vacation schedules or sick time-off with the calendars as well as stay connected with their team. Training dates, shift parties, and mandatory meetings can also be calendared.
- My Court Calendar™ creates an electronic paperless office environment.
- Accountability and documentation with 24/7 access.
My Court Calendar supports the iCal standard of subscribing to calendars. Most recent calendar applications will support this universal format.
Instructions to subscribe:
Select "Tools", then "Account Settings". Then select the tab "Internet Calendars", then "New". Then just paste the copied iCal URL found at the bottom of your calendar into the box
Under "Other Calendars", select "Add", then "Add by URL". Then just paste the copied iCal URL found at the bottom of your calendar into the box. Go back to “other calendars” on the lower left and select settings. Click on the calendar which starts with "http://..." rename it to something friendly like My Court Calendar.
iPhone / iPad
Select "Settings", then "Mail, Contacts, Calendars", then "Add Account", then "Other", then "Add Subscribed Calendar". When it asks for "Server", paste the iCal URL found at the bottom of your calendar. It will search/validate the URL. And then prompt you for your username and password. It will give a default "Description" name, you can change this to whatever name like.