Local man helped develop e-Warrant system

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By The Staff

A Lawrenceburg man was part of the developmental team that helped create the state’s e-Warrant system.
The system was featured in a recent edition of The Anderson News, and allows police, prosecutors and judges quicker access to criminal files and the ability to communicate much faster.
Jeff Tracy, who is employed by OPS, Inc., in Greenwood, Ind., is a senior solution developer who was part of the development team that created and rolled out the e-Warrants system in Jefferson County in 2008.
He is now the lead technical resource assigned to the system’s rural rollout, he said, under a grant from the attorney general’s office.
His primary responsibilities include supporting the implementation team, which consists of employees from OPS, Inc., Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) and the attorney general’s office, as well as general system maintenance and enhancements, he said.
Tracy is the owner and operator of Kentucky Computer Service, which provides computing services and support in Anderson and surrounding counties, as well as KCSMax, which provides wireless broadband internet services where he lives in the Fox Creek area, he said.