County Goes Wireless For Courts

Posted: May 18, 2013 at 4:29 a.m.

Benton County’s courthouse is 85 years old, but the judicial system wants to keep pace with 21st century technology.

At A Glance

County Wireless

Benton County has installed and made wireless Internet access available in the courthouse and the nearby courts buildings, the Sheriff’s Office and County Jail, the Public Services Building and the County Administration Building. The system can be accessed by accepting the user agreement when prompted. Designed for use by attorneys in the circuits courts, the system disconnects users after about one hour and requires the user to log onto the system again.

Source: Staff Report

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