Liberty Court Recorder Selected by POA Courts in Ontario



Ontario Provincial Offences Courts select Liberty Court Recorder to capture audio recordings.

September 1, 2006, Toronto, Canada

High Criteria Inc., today announced that a number of Provincial Offence Courts (POA Courts) in the Province of Ontario have chosen the Liberty Court Recording system to replace their current tape based recording systems. The POA Courts that have moved to digital recording include:

  • The City of Peterborough Provincial Offences Court
  • The Municipality of Chatham-Kent Provincial Offences Court
  • The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (Cornwall) Provincial Offences Court
  • The Halton Region Provincial Offences Court
  • The City of Kingston Provincial Offences Court
  • The Owen Sound and Walkerton Provincial Offences Courts
  • The City of Brantford Provincial Offences Court
  • The County of Elgin Provincial Offences Court
  • The District of Muskoka Provincial Offences Court
  • The County of Oxford Provincial Offences Court
  • The City of Kawartha Lakes Provincial Offences Court
  • The County of Lambton at Sarnia Provincial Offences Court
  • The County of Hastings Provincial Offences Court

The Liberty Recording System is the ideal application to replace existing tape based audio recording devices. With the Liberty application, the audio is saved to a standard Windows file on the hard-drive of the PC. Moving to a digital system like the Liberty Recorder eliminates the problems regarding the management of tapes associated with older, tape based systems.

Please see the Liberty Recording website at (www.LibertyRecording.com) for more information about moving to a digital court recording application.


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