Wyoming Judicial Branch

eCitation Grant

The Supreme Court is offering grant funding to assist local law enforcement agencies with the initial implementation costs of electronic citations. This includes electronic citation issuance and filing capability into the courts. Please see the following announcement, application and example agreement for grant details.

Also, please be aware of a recent Supreme Court Order Repealing the Existing Order Regarding Uniform Citation Form and Order Adopting New Uniform Citation Form For Use in Wyoming Courts of Limited Jurisdiction, dated June 9th, 2015.

Current list of Wyoming Statutes: Statutes

Announcements

For grant award recipients in fiscal year 2015, please submit the Quarterly Reimbursement Request form each quarter if there is no reimbursement due from the Supreme Court. To do so, please indicate $0 on the total expenditures for the quarter and amount of current request lines on the form.

The following agencies have been awarded eCitation grants for 2014-2015: Cheyenne Police Department; Converse County Sheriff’s Department; Douglas Police Department; Gillette Police Department; Jackson Police Department; Joint Powers Board of Rock Springs, Green River, Sweetwater counties, combined; Laramie County Sheriff’s Department; Laramie Police Department; Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department; Mills Police Department; Rawlins Police Department; Sublette County Sheriff’s Department.

Software Developers

Below are several resources for software developers looking to create a program that will send citation data to the Wyoming Citation Gateway. The PDFs are the most current version of the citation. You may use them in your software to produce a printed citation. The Wyoming eCitation Repository Gateway Web Service Definition Language, (WSDL), file will be needed to create your interface that will send citations to the Wyoming Citation Gateway, which is described in the Supreme Court Order above.