Data Collection and Analysis

Tuesday, October 2, 3:00 PM - 4:00PM

This workshop will focus on the importance of data collection and analysis. The presenters will discuss how they determined what data to collect and how it is used to manage the program, justify funding for interpreter services, and determine future program needs.


Moderator: Nancy Dixon, Judicial Administrator for the Kansas Supreme Court

  • Mr. Joseph D. D’Alesio, Executive Director for the Superior Court Operations of Connecticut
  • Mr. Thomas A. Genung, Trial Court Administrator for the 19th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida
  • Ms. Jacquie Ring, Supervising Court Services Analyst of the Court Interpreters Program for the Judicial Council of California


California Court Interpreters - Data Collection and Analysis (PowerPoint)

Florida - Court Interpreting Services - Fiscal Impact Analysis (October 2011)

Florida Court Interpreter Daily Log Sheet

Florida Court Interpreting Form

Florida Language Access in the Courts - Data Collection Analysis (PowerPoint)

Florida - Instructions for Uniform Data Reporting - Court Interpreting (July 2012)

Florida - Uniform Data Reporting - Court Interpreting: Spanish (July 2011 - June 2012)

Connecticut Judicial Branch - LEP Data Collection (PowerPoint)

Connecticut - Interpreter and Translator Services Statistics (2011)

Connecticut Judicial Branch - Language Access Plan

Connecticut - Language Line Observation

Connecticut - Training on Limited English Proficiency - Survey Results - Question 4

Connecticut -Training on Limited English Proficiency - Survey Results - Questions 1, 2, 3, 5