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Posted: Thursday 19 January, 2023 at 1:33 PM

President of Industrial Tribunal of Bahamas and Executive Director of CAJS tour Freeport Smart Court

...Photo courtesy: The Bahamas Industrial Tribunal
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By: Gerard Best, Press Release

    NASSAU, The Bahamas. January 11, 2023 -- The President of the Industrial Tribunal of the Bahamas, Her Honor Mrs. Indira Demeritte-Francis and the Executive Director of the Caribbean Agency for Justice Solutions (CAJS), Mr. Bevil Wooding, recently visited the Industrial Tribunal's northern region office in Freeport, Grand Bahama to tour the facilities and see first-hand the CAJS technology being used to revolutionize the court.


    The high-level team, including Nassau-based judges of the Tribunal, heard directly from court staff and users how the new systems have improved their daily operations. The delegation toured the smart court in Freeport, Grand Bahama, which runs the Curia Court Management system developed by the CAJS. During their visit, Mr. Wooding and Mrs. Demeritte-Francis met with Bahamas Industrial Tribunal Vice-President Mrs. Helen Almorales-Jones to discuss the positive impact of the smart court system on the local community.   


    "We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to showcase the smart court developed by the CAJS to Mr. Wooding and Mrs. Demeritte-Francis," said Vice-President Almorales-Jones. “The Grand Bahama smart court revolutionized the Tribunal’s operations and has helped improve the productivity and efficiency of the services offered in its Northern Region. The technology has been praised for its ability to streamline processes and make the court system more accessible to the public.” 


    "The smart court technology implemented by the CAJS has been a game changer for the Industrial Tribunal in the Bahamas," said Her Honour Mrs. Indira Demeritte-Francis." The technology has been praised by our staff and users for marked improvement it has brought to the quality of service we offer to Tribunal users and for the increase in the productivity and efficiency of our operations it has enabled.” 


    Mr. Wooding added, "It is always a pleasure to see the impact of our technology on the ground. The success of the smart court in the Bahamas is a great example of how technology can be leveraged to improve the justice system and make it more accessible to the public." 


    As The Bahamas gets ready to celebrate its fiftieth anniversary of independence on July 10th, Vice-President Almorales-Jones said she is in awe of the leaps and bounds the administration of justice in labour matters has made under the leadership of President Demeritte-Francis and with the partnership of CAJS. 


    “I am extremely excited about the course that has been set. The future of adjudication of industrial and labor relations in The Bahamas looks very bright.”






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