The Center seeks a technology vendor to create and host a platform that will house at least two SCORM compliant e-learning modules for people to take in lieu of paying a fine when they receive a civil summons. This platform will be part of a growing project at the Center to develop and offer a set of citywide community service options under the Criminal Justice Reform Act, working in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ) and the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH). The e-learning community service options are offered at OATH facilities in all five boroughs to provide a community-based alternative for people who receive a summons but cannot or elect not to pay the resulting fine. If an individual receives a summons and is found in violation, they have the option to pay a fine or do community service. Since the program launched last year, the Center has been offering a range of community service options including an in-person computer-based learning option that can be completed in one hour. With this new phase of the project, we are expanding this e-learning option and hosting it online so it can be completed remotely.
RFP – Accessing Community Service Online for the Criminal Justice Reform Act
- Virtual, New York
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September 13, 2018