Released: 2/14/2019

The v1.41 release includes resolutions to several reported bugs and the following functionality enhancements:

Curfew Check Report

AIMS now has the ability to generate a curfew check report from the listing view. The report honors the filters that the user has applied and/or allows a user to further filter by location, caseload and/or police precinct when generating the report. 

TANF Notifications

AIMS v1.41 adds the ability for users to be notified when a TANF certification renewal is approaching or when a dependent of a TANF recipient is turning 18. Notifications will be sent to the team both 14 and 7 days prior to the TANF certification expiring (one year after the recorded “Certification Date”), or the dependent child’s date of birth. 

Note: In order for an alert to be generated notifying users of a dependent child’s pending 18th birthday:

  1. The dependent child must be entered as an Associate of the Client;
  2. The dependent child’s DOB must be added;
  3. “Relationship” of Child, Daughter, Son, Step-Child, Step-Daughter or Step-Son is selected.

Drug Testing Improvements

  • Drug and Validity Panels & Standardized Units

System Administrators now have the ability to configure validity panels and drug panels for devices and use a common unit/per drug on a specific device.

When completing a drug test, users will now see the validity panels and may mark them Normal or Abnormal. Marking one or more validity panels “Abnormal” will require an overall outcome of Adulterated or Diluted. 

The cutoff and units are displayed as read-only for devices where these were defined for the panel by the System Administrator.

  • System Administration Panel Changes (Validities and Units)

System Administrators now have the ability to configure validity panels and drug panels for devices and use a common unit/per drug on a specific device.

  • View/Resolve Integration Exceptions (for customers with drug testing lab integrations ONLY)

Users with permissions now have visibility into any exceptions found in the drug testing integration.  They may update the record to resolve the exceptions. Once updated, a user may submit the record for processing by clicking the Submit button. If no more exceptions are found, the record will be removed from the exceptions list and will now be displayed on the appropriate tab of the Drug Testing page.

  • Overall Negative Outcome Logic

AIMS now has the ability to notify a user if a mistake has been made by  marking the overall outcome “Negative” when one or more of the panels is “Positive.” 

Transfer Client to another Court during the Referral Process

Users with the Edit Courts permission now have the ability to transfer a Client to another Court during the Referral process (this ability will soon be made available for a Clients that are admitted). When an Involvement is in the Referred or Awaiting Intake status, there is now an edit icon next to the Court field on the Involvement Overview.

Selecting the Edit icon will open the Edit Court dialog with the following fields:

  • Location (with the current Court location pre-populated);
  • Court (with the current Court pre-populated);
  • Reason
    • This will be a lookup with default values of “Reassessed, Moved”
    • This is a different lookup than the Transfer Track reasons
  • Notes (optional and uses the Status Change note type)
  • When a user saves the change, the Court is updated and a More icon is displayed;
  • Clicking on the More icon displays a balloon with all of the transfer details.

“Unassigned” Caseloads

A Caseload assignment is no longer required at intake, when editing a Caseload on an Involvement or when transferring Tracks. “Unassigned” has been added as an option in the Caseload drop down; the drop down now defaults to no selection and, if saved without selecting a specific Caseload, the Client Caseload will be recorded as Unassigned.

Note that a Caseload is still required for Community Service Involvements.

Add Location to Specialty Court Data Source

A Location column is displayed in each Specialty Court data source. Users are only able to see data for the locations to which they have access.