Abilis Solutions is a leading provider of purpose-built offender management systems (OMS) to high-volume corrections agencies.
The CORIS® OMS is our proven, modular OMS that provides comprehensive coverage of correctional business processes.
Designed to efficiently capture and manage critical data about every offender, CORIS® OMS enables business process consistency
and accuracy. It provides essential information on demand to corrections professionals to ensure they know who the offender
is and how that individual needs to be managed. Used by thousands of corrections officers in multiple agencies
of diverse size, CORIS® is a reliable, scalable, COTS-based OMS that can integrate with all essential applications serving
the justice and public safety spectrum.
Assessment – Provides the ability to assess offender risks and needs via forms that can be pre-populated with existing offender information in order to increase efficiency and accuracy.
Classification – Determines an offender’s custody level based on security risks and the needs of the offender according to the agency’s scoring method. A questionnaire is used to determine the risk represented by the offender, as well as supervision and program requirements.
Commissary – Provides an automated method for processing orders from offenders and managing stock inventory levels. It enables tracking of inventory levels, and itemization of bought and sold units. Key features include in-depth configuration
Community Dashboard – Displays the typical tasks performed by community corrections officers and allows supervisors to track the overall number of officers they supervise. Enables officers a visual representation of all assigned cases and associated action items. Officers can drill down to the list of offenders and actual offender page to perform their tasks.
Community Supervision – Enables efficient monitoring of offenders under community supervision to ensure that offenders respect the conditions imposed upon them. The module tracks violations, sentences, parole and probation
Discipline – Allows facility administrators to document and process incidents resulting from informal and formal disciplinary actions. The results are integrated with housing assignment, programs, jobs and sentencing modules. Also, if a disciplinary action impacts sentencing, an automated notification will trigger a new sentencing.
Documents – Searches for and manages existing documents; new documents can also be generated using configurable templates within the system.
Drug Screening – Manages the planning, sample collection and results of drug and alcohol screening tests.
Education – Views, adds and updates an offender’s educational details, for historical and current educational activities.
Facility Asset Management – Allows users to keep track of inventory items, including inventory reconciliation, as well as item assignment (check in/out).
Facility Supervision – Administers offender security levels while in agency custody. It also tracks offender contact
and counselor assignments.
Financial – Manages offender funds and related financial processes. It provides a double-entry accounting system, built specifically for agency needs. It also offers extensive tracking, reporting and management of the offender trust account;
offender payroll; restitution, fees and fines; and community fee system.
Fugitive – Allows an agency to track fugitives, and manages the arrest warrants issued by third party jurisdictions.
Gang / STG – Enables correctional agencies to gather, identify and track all gang and security threat group information
on their offenders. This includes gang investigations, gang affiliations and all criteria which indicates that the offender may belong to a gang. The Gang/STG module enables agencies to achieve immediate awareness of confirmed or suspected gang members.
Grievance – Manages offender grievances and offers filing, documentation management, grievance reviews and informal
or formal grievance remedies.
Housing – Manages the configuration of housing units for each location, down to the level of the individual bed, as well as offender housing assignments. Reporting capabilities enable a complete history of every offender to have been assigned
to a particular cell and bed, by date and by cell mate.
Incident – Manages incident reporting, tracking and reviewing, including date, time and type of the incident, location and participants.
Internal Investigations – Conducts and/or coordinates investigations of employee misconduct in violation of agency policy and procedures, felonious acts, and serious security breaches. It provides a method for investigating case reporting
and tracking, and includes approval from directors and agency chief executive.
Investigations – Creates and manages investigations online, and sends follow-up requests to investigators electronically.
Job Assignment – Manages and creates offender job assignments which can be linked to custody levels, special needs, housing, etc. Lists are managed centrally.
Keep Separates – Provides the ability to define the offenders who need to be kept apart from other offenders and/or staff for safety and security reasons.
Lockdown – Allows users to search, submit and approve lockdowns, record relevant information, and attach incidents when needed.
Logbook – Allows for the creation of logbooks per location with different log entry types. It provides the ability to create logs in multiple logbooks at the same time.
Offender Insight – Displays an offender’s events in a timeline representation covering the full throughcare cycle,
from initial intake through conclusion of community orders.
Offender Internal Movements – Simplifies and facilitates the work of correctional officers that process the internal movements. Automates the master pass list, and provides an easy way for users to check offenders in and out of the locations, allowing them to initiate and finalize these movements. Key information regarding the offender’s whereabouts is tracked.
These capabilities are coupled with an offender identification method so that the check in/out process is done seamlessly,
and with added security.
Offender Records – Merges all offender demographic and historical data found across all modules into one centralized, single electronic record that follows the offender from intake to release, and completion of community orders.
Historical capabilities are offered to allow pre-existing information to be re-used in case of recidivism.
Parole Board – Offers all information related to the parole process, such as identifying offenders eligible for parole, evaluation procedures, interviews with parole board members, and parole board voting procedures. Also ensures agencies are compliant within each stage of the process in order to fulfil timeline regulations.
Population Counts – Manages the offender count process within facilities to ensure information accuracy.
Pre-Sentencing Investigations – Manages pre-sentencing reports which contain relevant information about offenders and the circumstances surrounding their offences.
Programs – Operates offender program planning and assignments based on the offender assessment.
Property – Tracks and manages offender property from intake through release. This module integrates with the Commissary module and validates compatibility based on the offender security level. A complete history of an offender’s property is maintained indefinitely.
Release Authorization – Handles case release authorizations by allowing officers to prepare the documentation with circumstances and conditions of release details.
Scheduling – Tracks all offender schedules, including jobs, programs, transports and medical appointments, etc., with the capability to detect conflicts and select the priority appointment.
Search Schedule – Allows users to generate and manage search schedules, as well as to record and consult search results.
Self-serve BI / Ad-Hoc reporting – Allows users to perform self-service ad-hoc reporting on the analytical data store (ADS), to generate and consume operational and analytical reports, to export and automate report delivery scheduling.
Sentencing – Calculates the length of incarceration (with precise credits and debits) for release into the community or out of the system. This module is customized with regulations that are specific to the agency’s jurisdiction and legal framework.
Sex Offender – Assists staff in identifying offenders who should be monitored more closely due to their sex offender status.
Tools / Maintenance – Allows system administrators to manage users, define user access based on predefined job functions and access control points. It manages lists used by different modules of the system, and configures the system parameters as required. It manages batch services runtimes and frequencies. This module supports agency-determined access restrictions.
Transfers / Transports – Tracks offender movements (e.g. movement from facility to facility or to healthcare facilities, etc.) and helps determine their actual physical location. It also manages transfer and transport requests.
Victim – Handles an offender’s associated victim information. It also sends victims a notification (manual or automatic)
when there is an actionable event, such as a facility transfer or release.
Visitation – Oversees the offender visitation process within facilities. It seamlessly integrates with the contacts module,
Volunteers – Allows users to support, track and manage information on volunteers and related activities. Key features include applications management and approval process, management of services and activities, violations and terminations, and reports.
Workflow – Extends the embedded workflows to bring flexibility. The key features include configuration and management of workflows (steps, target group, time limit), execution of workflows (start, pause, resume), supervision (status, reassignment) and notifications (reassignment, due, etc).