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eKIDS Court Menu

eKIDS is an information system provided by the Children and Family Services Division of DHS that allows authorized users to inquire into Oklahoma’s Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information Systems (SACWIS, commonly referred to as KIDS).

The “Court Menu” screen is located on eKIDS and available once logging in.

After selecting a client on eKIDS, you can access the “Court Menu” by clicking on “Court Menu” located on the main header. The “Court Menu” provides information regarding the client’s court information.

  • Hearing: There are three (3) tabs under “Hearing.” Select “Hearing” and a list of the hearings will appear. Find the hearing you wish to view and click its [SELECT] link. Notice that the screen now says [SELECTED] for the “Court Review” hearing, this is the first hearing. After a hearing is selected, you can select detail, child, or attorney from the “Court Menu” on the left. Selecting “Detail” shows the judge’s and district attorney’s names. It is not too useful otherwise. Selecting “Attorney” shows the attorney assigned to the case but is often not filled in. Child is the option most useful to Child Support.

Example of list of hearing dates with the last on outlined in red.

  • Detail: Click [SELECTED] to view the hearing details, child information, and the attorney for the selected hearing. (e.g. to view the 05/04/2010 Adjudicatory Hearing; you can see above it has been selected.)

Example of hearing details.

  • The “Hearing” screen will provide the client name, jurisdiction, hearing/review date, and type of hearing.
  • The “Child” screen provides screen lists the children on the case for whom hearings have been held.

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