This document was developed to assist courts and law enforcement agencies (LEAs) as they prepare for CCPOR deployment. The guide will help address many common deployment questions, such as:

  • What do I need to know to prepare for CCPOR deployment?
  • What are the different options for handling the flow of work and entry of data?
  • What kind of hardware/software does my court/sheriff need?
  • How will this impact my court and sheriff?
  • Who gets trained, and when?
  • What is the post-deployment plan?


To participate in CCPOR, courts begin by evaluating CCPOR and submitting a scope questionnaire, available in this package.

CCPOR Service Offering

The CCPOR program provides the following service features:

  • Supports all functions through a web based user interface;
  • Ability to view other local court data and images through an interface;
  • Ability to query and view all data and images within CCPOR, both within a county and between counties, on a statewide basis;
  • Acts as a gateway for the California Department of Justice California Restraining and Protective Order System (CARPOS). This is an optional feature.
  • Provides back-end user administration and application management;
  • Supports basic statistical reporting and additional error notification reporting;
  • Provides ability to clone orders to improve efficiency.

CCPOR Processing Models

There are a number of solutions that can be used by any court wishing to participate in CCPOR. All courts can use the basic search/queries with the CCPOR user interface. Courts or LEAs have varying options for entering and importing data into the CCPOR system, based on the processing model they are using. CCPOR was designed with the flexibility to meet a variety of data and image processing options. Courts and LEAs can evaluate a variety of workflow processes and determine which option best fit their individual needs and are free to change the model as circumstances or business needs shift.