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This page provides details on Cross Keys Bank, located at 1401 Hudson Ln #100, Monroe, LA 71201, USA. Welcome to Cross Keys Bank (Banks) on 400 McMillan Rd in West Monroe, Louisiana. This bank is listed on Bank Map under Banks - All - Banks. Monroe, LA 71203. Below you will find ratings, reviews, corporate information, directions, office hours, their phone number, online banking website, and 610.

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Franklin named to bank board

Cross Keys Bank is pleased to announce that Rayville native and Richland Parish Chamber of Commerce Board Chairman, Scott Franklin has been elected to serve on the Cross Keys Bank Board of Directors. 

With the bank’s recent decision to reinvest in Rayville with a new branch building, and Scott’s fervent enthusiasm for his community, the relationship will be fruitful for everyone involved.

Cross Keys Bank Chairman and CEO Michael Vizard stated, “We are thrilled to have Scott Franklin join our Board of Directors.” His sense of community and a proud heritage will add a youthful perspective and energetic enthusiasm that will be of tremendous value. President Shane Bridges and Richland Parish Market President Walter Hillman echoed this and added, “He is going to be an asset to all of us in guiding the bank with his knowledge in all areas of business, especially agriculture.”

Scott, a licensed attorney and realtor, was born and raised in Rayville where he graduated from Riverfield Academy before attending Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge where he earned a B.S. in Finance. He then went on to earn a law degree from Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson.

Scott practiced law for a few years with Hayes, Harkey, Smith and Cascio, LLP in Monroe before making the decision to return to his family’s business. He currently manages a commercial rice dryer and sales office for Holly Ridge Rice and Grain Terminal, and farms rice and soybeans with his father and uncles.

Courtney Franklin, Scott’s wife, is a practicing attorney who works for the State of Louisiana as an advocate for children in abusive and neglectful homes. He and his wife feel blessed to be the parents of their eight-month-old son, Fred, who Scott describes as his “entire world.”

Scott serves as the Vice-President of the Northeast Louisiana Rice Growers Association, 2nd Vice-President of the Louisiana Rice Council, and a member of the United States of America Rice Council, which acts as the steward of grower funded promotion dollars in Rice growing states. He is also a trustee for the Louisiana Agriculture Self-Insured Fund, which provides extremely important workers compensation insurance for Agri-business in North Louisiana at a very low cost to farmers and ag-industry related businesses.

Scott was on the founding board of the Richland Parish Chamber of Commerce, established in 2015. He was first elected Chairman of the Chamber in 2016 and still serves that role today. Scott and the rest of the Chamber Board are avid believers that with unflinching determination, they will “create a life for the future generations that was far better than anything in our past.”

His devotion to the Richland community stems from his family origins in Northeast Louisiana. His great-grandfather established deep roots in the community after working hard to provide a future for himself and his family. Scott said, “Everything I am, and everything I will become, I owe to the working people of Northeast Louisiana. My great- grandfather was an orphan who had to jump off of a train in Holly Ridge to find his place in the world. I am indebted for life to this community of wonderful people, who for generations have been our partners and customers.” Scott sees his great-grandfather’s struggles as a motivator for the work he does on a daily basis for the betterment of the community.

Scott pointed out that Cross Keys has an impeccable reputation and is recognized statewide in the banking industry. “Its leadership and employees are some of the finest people you can find,” he said. “The bank and I share the common belief that we will create growth in North Louisiana, but only with hard work and by working together.”

Founded in 1902, Cross Keys Bank is a community bank in North Louisiana and is a wholly owned subsidiary of BSJ Bancshares, Inc., a single bank holding company with its corporate headquarters in St. Joseph, LA. A bank with a long history of serving communities in North Louisiana, Cross Keys Bank has eight offices across the I-20 corridor from Shreveport to Tallulah. It offers financial products and services including eBanking, cash management services, mobile deposit, commercial lending, agribusiness lending, insurance, investments, as well as mortgage and consumer lending. To learn more, visit www.crosskeys.bank or connect on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Источник: https://www.richlandtoday.com/local/franklin-named-bank-board

Cross Keys Bank - Monroe

We chose the name Cross Keys Bank because we thought it represented a long and proud history of excellence in service to our customers. Since the name change in 1989 the world has changed a great deal. We have opened offices in Monroe, West Monroe, Rayville, and Shreveport, LA, and we have a virtual presence at www.CrossKeys.Bank along with our Cross Keys Bank mobile application that gives us the opportunity to deliver our excellence in service to the palm of our customers' hands anywhere in the world. We are proud of the name Cross Keys Bank, and we are certain the crossed keys and the measure of excellence they symbolize will continue to serve us well as we continue to grow.

The short version is that we are different; we have been around since 1902, and our core values are service with honor and integrity! Our mission at Cross Keys Bank is to help our customers succeed. By their success, we will succeed!

Источник: http://westmonroechamber.org/

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400 McMillan Rd, West Monroe, LA, 71291

(318) 362-0023

Established: 1902

Category:Banks

Website:ckbonline.com

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400 McMillan Rd
West Monroe, LA, 71291

Intersection: McMillan Rd and Julia St

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Hours of Operation
  • Monday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Friday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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Administrative offices

hand touching sphere of 0s and 1sCCAP is responsible for supporting the IT needs of the entire Wisconsin Court System. CCAP's mission is to: maintain reliable necessary and useful data with appropriate uniformity; provide the Wisconsin Court System with ready access to data; maintain, support and explore hardware and software necessary to store, secure and manage data; provide the public access to the Wisconsin Court System; and promote a high level of confidence and satisfaction in the Wisconsin Court System.

CCAP was created by merging two court system computer departments—the Circuit Court Automation Program and the Office of Information Technology Services—in July 2001. The merger united court technology systems to allow for more efficient, cost-effective use of resources.

The Circuit Court Automation Program, started in 1987, was one of the state's earliest and, as measured by its users, most successful efforts to provide automation in county trial courts. It represented a major undertaking by the Director of State Courts Office, to automate the labor-intensive and paper-based processes in the county trial courts.

CCAP brings state-of-the-art computer technology and software to Wisconsin's circuit courts by developing hardware and software and providing training and technical support. Key to the program's success is that users are involved in the design process, ensuring CCAP software is easy to use, functional and innovative. CCAP is a state-initiated and funded program that supports joint state/county responsibility for the court system.

Contact information

Consolidated Court Automation Programs
Jean Bousquet, Chief Information Officer
110 East Main Street, Suite 500
Madison, WI 53703-3328
Ph: (608) 267-3728
Fax: (608) 261-6655

Circuit Court users & growth

In 2007, Wisconsin's circuit courts handled 1,031,363 contested and uncontested cases Adobe PDF. (Note: this figure does not include Portage County circuit court information.) The heavy workload has made technology increasingly critical for helping individuals resolve legal issues and allowing the criminal justice system to operate efficiently.

Clerks of circuit court, registers in probate, juvenile clerks, circuit court judges, and circuit court staff in all of Wisconsin's 72 counties use CCAP computers in their offices and chambers as well as in the court-rooms. Access to the Internet, the court system Intranet, and Internet e-mail is also provided.

In all counties, public terminals are available where anyone can access information on circuit court cases without staff assistance and without compromising the security and integrity of court records.

Anyone with access to the Internet can obtain information on state-wide circuit court cases in the CCAP system through Wisconsin Circuit Court Access (WCCA). For those who may not have Internet access via a computer, the public terminals in each county also provide access to this state-wide circuit court case information.

CCAP applications for circuit court users

Case Management

CCAP's case management software integrates case file and court calendar information to help the courts function smoothly. Case records and court calendars are easily accessed and can be printed in a variety of formats such as court notices, summonses, judges' calendars, minutes sheets, judgments of conviction, suspension letters, orders for financial disclosure and warrant lists-all critical documents in legal proceedings.

Automated civil, criminal, and juvenile jury instructions

CCAP, working with the University of Wisconsin, provides semiannual jury instruction updates to the circuit courts. Because these are automated, judges can quickly and easily adapt jury instructions to each individual case.

Legal research tools

CCAP provides database tools to circuit court judges who request them and updates legal research products on a quarterly basis.

Jury management

Jury management is a major responsibility of clerks of circuit court and requires receiving and processing prospective juror names from the Division of Motor Vehicle's driver information database. CCAP software automates the entire jury process, from entering prospective jurors' names to recording juror questionnaires to selecting jury panels, assigning jurors to cases, recording juror service and initiating payment of juror expenses.

Financial management

The financial management software is a bookkeeping system that tracks money received by and owed to the Clerk of Circuit Court Office. Clerks receive court fees, fines, forfeitures, filing fees, copy fees, guardian ad litem fees and other money. This software integrates financial and case information and provides daily and monthly data for preparation of state and county financial reports and to reconcile trust funds to bank statements.

Court information repository

The court information repository (CIR) automatically captures data on cases in each county by extracting information on an hourly basis and transmitting it to a central server in Madison. This information is used to measure judicial caseload, document the need for new judge-ships and provide information for court management reports that are used to help allocate resources within the court system.

Interagency cooperation & interfaces

CCAP is continually working to improve efficiency, both internally and with other Wisconsin justice agencies that share information, including law enforcement and district attorneys. CCAP works with a number of agencies to automate the exchange of data so that manual re-entry of shared data is not necessary. All of these electronic interfaces have streamlined record keeping and improved the timeliness and accuracy of case information for the agencies involved. The following interfaces with various justice agencies are currently functioning statewide or being implemented.

Tax warrant interface with the Department of Revenue

CCAP and the Department of Revenue (DOR) have been exchanging tax warrant information electronically on a statewide basis since 1997. Each week, DOR supplies CCAP with information on tax warrants that have been issued, satisfied or withdrawn. CCAP then transfers this to the case management system in each CCAP county. CCAP also transfers the circuit court case information to CIB.

Criminal & forfeiture case disposition/sentencing interface with Crime Information Bureau

CCAP has been exchanging criminal and forfeiture case disposition and sentence information with the Department of Justice's Crime Information Bureau (CIB) electronically on a statewide basis since 1999. When a criminal or forfeiture case is closed in the case management system in a CCAP county, the disposition and sentence information is exported to CIB.

Criminal & juvenile case interface with the District Attorney IT Program

CCAP has been exchanging criminal and juvenile circuit court case information with the District Attorney IT Program (DAIT) electronically since 2001. When a criminal or juvenile case is filed in the DAIT's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in the appropriate county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information (e.g. case activities, events, dispositions, and sentences) to the DAIT's case management system for use by the district attorney in the filing county. This interface is currently being implemented throughout the state.

Traffic case interface with State Patrol & the Department of Transportation

CCAP has been exchanging traffic case information with State Patrol and the Department of Transportation electronically since 2001. State Patrol officers issue citations using laptop computers in their squad cars and export the electronic citations to a floppy disk, which is delivered to a CCAP county clerk of circuit court office. The citation information is then transferred electronically to the State Patrol and the CCAP case management system. When the case is closed, the disposition and license suspension/revocation information is exported to the Department of Transportation. This interface is currently being implemented throughout the state.

Criminal & juvenile case interface with the Waukesha County District Attorney's Office

CCAP has been exchanging criminal and juvenile circuit court case information with the Waukesha County District Attorney's Office electronically since 2000. When a criminal or juvenile case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Waukesha county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.

Criminal & juvenile case interface with the Walworth County District Attorney's Office

CCAP has been exchanging criminal and juvenile circuit court case information with the Walworth County District Attorney's Office electronically since 2003. When a criminal or juvenile case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Walworth county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.

Juvenile case interface with the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office

CCAP has been exchanging juvenile circuit court case information with the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office electronically since 2000. When a juvenile case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Milwaukee County. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.

Forfeiture/traffic citation interface with Milwaukee County Criminal Justice Information Systems

CCAP has been exchanging forfeiture and traffic citation court case information with the Milwaukee County Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) electronically since 1998. When a forfeiture or traffic citation is entered into the CJIS database, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Milwaukee county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the CJIS system.

Criminal case interface with Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office

CCAP has been exchanging criminal circuit court case information with the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office electronically since 1998. When a criminal case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Milwaukee county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.

Circuit court software updates

To maintain its case and financial management software systems, CCAP produces software updates every year. These updates accommodate changes in the laws, fix bugs and add features such as statistical reporting to improve court management at both the state and county levels by providing information on the nature of the caseload.

In 1997, CCAP redesigned its jury management software from a stand-alone application to a network application and added many features from the case management system.

CCAP continues to bring counties onto its various systems, a process that often involves converting existing data onto CCAP databases. For example, in 2003, Walworth County began using CCAP case, financial, and jury management software.

In 1998, CCAP also produced software that reduces the amount of paper produced in the courtroom and eliminates the need for clerks to take hand-written minutes in court and then key the information into a computer. The software is used in criminal cases and in traffic cases, where it also enables clerks to process payment of fines online.

CCAP software originally operated in an OS/2-based local area network in each circuit court, with each network being linked to the Director of State Courts' Office in Madison. During the past few years, CCAP undertook and completed an entire re-write of all CCAP circuit court software in Java programming language. CCAP has installed and implemented the updated software applications, new hardware, and a new operating system, Windows 2000, in each of the CCAP circuit court counties statewide.

CCAP personnel

In CCAP's first two years, it developed plans and a pilot project for four small counties, while operating with a small, project-based staff supplemented by contract programmers.

Today, CCAP's staff of 63 full-time employees supplemented by contract programmers supports approximately 2,800 users in locations. Approximately 45 staff function as support staff at least part of the time, for a very modest ratio of one support staff for every 60 users.

CCAP's growth is due to its ability to provide useful applications and excellent user support.

CCAP's effective staff training allows it to respond to more than 2,000 support calls per month. In 2002, staff also responded to over 800 requests for hardware service or repair.

The support staff is cross-trained and rotated through all user support functions, including help desk, training, release testing, and hardware and software implementation. Each staff member trains on all CCAP applications as well as word processing and spreadsheet software, and spends time answering phone questions from users calling the help desk.

In addition, staff conducts on-site and central training for users and travels to counties to install software and hardware. As a result, when users call CCAP's toll-free number for help, the person answering the call is experienced with CCAP hardware and software, familiar with the applications and court environment in which they are used and capable of solving the majority of problems immediately.

Источник: https://www.wicourts.gov/courts/offices/ccap.htm

WEST MONROE

OFFICE DETAILS

Cross Keys Bank West Monroe branch is one of the 7 offices of the bank and has been serving the financial needs of their customers in West Monroe, Ouachita county, Louisiana for over 23 years. West Monroe office is located at 400 Mcmillan Road, West Monroe. You can also contact the bank by calling the branch phone number at 318-362-0023

Cross Keys Bank West Monroe branch operates as a full service brick and mortar office. For lobby hours, drive-up hours and online banking services please visit the official website of the bank at www.crosskeys.bank. You can edit branch details by clicking here if you believe the information is incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading.

BRANCH HOURS

  • ■ Monday:8:30am - 6:00pm

  • ■ Tuesday:8:30am - 6:00pm

  • ■ Wednesday:8:30am - 6:00pm

  • ■ Thursday:8:30am - 6:00pm

  • ■ Friday:8:30am - 6:00pm

  • ■ Saturday:Closed

  • ■ Sunday:Closed

Cross Keys Bank West Monroe is open Monday to Friday and closed on Saturdays and Sundays. The branch opens at 8:30am in the morning. Working hours for West Monroe branch are listed on the table above. Note that this data is based on regular opening and closing hours of Cross Keys Bank and may also be subject to changes. Please call the branch at 318-362-0023 to verify hours before visiting.

BANK INFORMATION

  • Bank Name:Cross Keys Bank

  • Bank Type:Federal Reserve Non-member Bank

  • FDIC Insurance:Certificate #9322

  • Routing Number:N/A

  • Online Banking:crosskeys.bank

  • Branch Count:7 Offices in Louisiana

Источник: https://www.bankbranchlocator.com/cross-keys-bank-west-monroe-branch.html
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Franklin named to bank board

Cross Keys Bank is pleased to announce that Rayville native and Richland Parish Chamber of Commerce Board Chairman, Scott Franklin cross keys bank monroe been elected to serve on the Cross Keys Bank Board of Directors. 

With the bank’s recent decision to reinvest in Rayville with a new branch building, and Scott’s fervent enthusiasm for his community, the relationship will be fruitful for everyone involved.

Cross Keys Bank Chairman and CEO Michael Vizard stated, “We are thrilled to have Scott Franklin join our Board of Directors.” His sense of community and a proud heritage will add a youthful perspective and energetic enthusiasm that will be of tremendous value. President Shane Bridges and Richland Parish Market President Walter Hillman echoed this and added, “He is going to be an asset to all of us in guiding the bank with his knowledge in all areas of business, especially agriculture.”

Scott, a licensed attorney and realtor, was born and raised in Rayville where he graduated from Riverfield Academy before attending Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge where he earned a B.S. in Finance. He then went on to earn a law degree from Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson.

Scott practiced law for a few years with Hayes, Harkey, Smith and Cascio, LLP in Monroe before making the decision to return to his family’s business. He currently manages a commercial rice dryer and sales office for Holly Ridge Rice and Grain Terminal, and farms rice and soybeans with his father and uncles.

Courtney Franklin, Scott’s wife, is a practicing attorney who works for the State of Louisiana as an advocate for children in abusive and neglectful homes. He and his wife feel blessed to be the parents of their eight-month-old son, Fred, who Scott describes as his “entire world.”

Scott serves as the Vice-President of the Northeast Louisiana Rice Growers Association, 2nd Vice-President of the Louisiana Rice Council, and a member of the United States of America Rice Council, which acts as the steward of grower funded promotion dollars in Rice growing states. He is also a trustee for the Louisiana Agriculture Self-Insured Fund, which provides extremely important workers compensation insurance for Agri-business in North Louisiana at a very low cost to farmers and ag-industry related businesses.

Scott was on the founding board of the Richland Parish Chamber of Commerce, established in 2015. He was first elected Chairman of the Chamber in 2016 and still serves that role today. Scott and the rest of the Chamber Board are avid believers that with unflinching determination, they will “create a life for the future generations that was far better than anything in our past.”

His devotion to the Richland community stems from his family origins in Northeast Louisiana. His great-grandfather established deep roots in the community after working hard to provide a future for himself and his family. Scott said, “Everything I am, and everything I will become, I owe to the working people of Northeast Louisiana. My great- grandfather was an orphan who had to jump off of a train in Holly Ridge to find his place in the world. I am indebted for life to this community of wonderful people, who for generations have been our partners and customers.” Scott sees his great-grandfather’s struggles as a motivator for the work he does on a daily basis for cross keys bank monroe betterment of the community.

Scott pointed out that Cross Keys has an impeccable reputation and is recognized statewide in the banking industry. “Its leadership and employees are some of the finest people you can find,” he said. “The bank and I share the common belief that we will create growth in North Louisiana, but only with hard work and by working together.”

Founded in 1902, Cross Keys Bank is a community bank in North Louisiana and is a wholly owned subsidiary of BSJ Bancshares, Inc., a single bank holding company with its corporate headquarters in St. Joseph, LA. A bank with a long history of serving communities in North Louisiana, Cross Keys Bank has eight offices across the I-20 corridor from Shreveport to Tallulah. It offers financial products and services including eBanking, cash management services, mobile deposit, commercial lending, agribusiness lending, insurance, investments, as well as mortgage and consumer lending. To learn more, visit www.crosskeys.bank or connect on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Источник: https://www.richlandtoday.com/local/franklin-named-bank-board

Who We Are

Where did the name Cross Keys come from?

We are frequently asked about the name of our bank, so this seems like a good time to provide some background about our identity.

In 1902, a small group of businessmen in the St. Joseph area of Tensas Parish realized that a bank was needed to serve the needs of the community. Their prudent management of the young bank enabled it to grow and prosper and, as a new business in town, new jobs were created and funding was provided enabling the town to grow and prosper. In fact, the strength and stability of the bank allowed it to continue through the depression years when many banks failed.

It was 85 years later when another bank's failure provided the catalyst for our expansion into new markets. In 1987, we opened in Tallulah, LA in what was the former Tallulah State Bank location. Two years later, in 1989, another bank failed, and the Bank of St. Joseph & Trust Company purchased The Sterlington Bank. This also metro pcs pay bill customer service the immediate realization that the Bank of St. Joseph moniker was no longer adequate and a new more broadly acceptable name must be sought.

Now, everyone knew that a hotels com phone number usa name was essential, and what seemed like a simple process of finding a new name became what the bank's president at that time, Bill Watson, called "one of the biggest challenges of my career as president of the bank." Many suggestions were tossed around, but none of them cross keys bank monroe the reaction that we were looking for. Bill said, "What we wanted was something a little bit different; to distinguish our name wherever we might expand in the future, but also something that had some connection to our roots in North Louisiana.”

Bill said, “The name change took an interesting turn one day when my wife cross keys bank monroe I received a visit from her brother, a resident of San Francisco, and we took him out to see the old family farm called Cross Keys Plantation. Later that evening the quandary of a new name for the bank was discussed, and the visitor from California said, 'Why don't you call it Cross Keys Bank?’ At first the directors of the bank discarded the idea, but then it seemed destiny took over. The farm is located on the banks of old Lake St. Peter giving the biblical connotations, possibly referring to Peter receiving "the keys to the kingdom", thus giving further credibility to the biblical influence.

Several months after considering the idea to use the name “Cross Keys Bank”, while attending a bank convention in New Orleans, another piece of the bank name puzzle fell into place. Bill noticed that the concierge at the Hilton Hotel wore on the lapel of his uniform a distinctive pin that appeared to be crossed keys. So, Bill asked him to explain it. The concierge smiled and proudly explained "the keys stand for the source of information, service, the wine cellar, etc.; virtually anything a guest might need."

The connection between the crossed keys insignia and satisfying customers' needs was the "key" that Bill had been looking for. He said, "I had been leaning away from the name Cross Keys because of my family's connection to the farm, but the identification of the crossed keys with excellent service was a compelling reason to make our decision. At our next board meeting, I presented a sample logo with the keys on some sample stationery, and on October 16, 1989, our directors immediately cross keys bank monroe our new name and the symbol that we still proudly use today."

We chose the name Cross Keys Bank because we thought it represented a long and proud history of excellence in service to cross keys bank monroe customers. Since the name change in 1989 the world has changed a great deal. We have opened offices in Monroe, West Monroe, Rayville, and Shreveport, LA, and we have a virtual presence at www.CrossKeys.Bank along with our Cross Keys Bank mobile application that gives us the opportunity to deliver our excellence in service to the palm of our customers' hands anywhere in the world. We are proud of the name Cross Keys Bank, and we are certain the crossed keys and the measure of excellence they symbolize will continue to serve us well as we continue to grow.

So that's the long version. The short version is cross keys bank monroe we are different; we have been around since 1902, and our core values are service with honor and integrity! Our mission at Cross Keys Bank is to help our customers succeed. By their success, we will succeed!

Источник: https://www.crosskeys.bank/who-we-are/who-we-are

Cross Keys Bank - Hudson Lane Branch

The following are this Cross Keys Bank branch's opening and closing hours:

Monday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Tuesday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wednesday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Thursday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday
Closed

Sunday
Closed



The Hudson Lane Branch location of Cross Keys Bank was established Oct 31, 1996 (25 years and 1 months ago). They are one of 8 branch locations operated by Cross Keys Bank. For ATM locations, drive-thru hours, deposit info, and more information consider visiting their online banking site at: www.crosskeys.bank
Bank's Headquarters:

307 Plank Rd.
Saint Joseph, Louisiana 71366

Became FDIC Insured:

Jan 1, 1934

Additional Websites where they accept or solicit for deposits:

www.ckbonline.com

www.gockb.com

Источник: https://www.wheresmybank.com/branch-219908-cross-keys-bank-hudson-lane-branch

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Cross Keys Bank

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400 McMillan Rd, West Monroe, LA, 71291

(318) 362-0023

Established: 1902

Category:Banks

Website:ckbonline.com

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400 McMillan Rd
West Monroe, LA, 71291

Intersection: McMillan Rd and Julia St

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  • Monday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Friday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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  • Discover
  • MasterCard
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Administrative offices

hand touching sphere of 0s and 1sCCAP is responsible for supporting the IT needs of the entire Wisconsin Court System. CCAP's mission is to: maintain reliable necessary and useful data with appropriate uniformity; provide the Wisconsin Court System with ready access to data; maintain, support and explore hardware and software necessary to store, secure and manage data; provide the public access to the Wisconsin Court System; and promote a high level of confidence and satisfaction in the Wisconsin Court System.

CCAP was created by merging two court system computer departments—the Circuit Court Automation Program and the Office of Information Technology Services—in July 2001. The merger united court technology systems to allow for more efficient, cost-effective use of resources.

The Circuit Court Automation Program, started in 1987, was one of the state's earliest and, as measured by its users, most successful efforts to provide automation in county trial courts. It represented a major undertaking by the Director of State Courts Office, to automate the labor-intensive and paper-based processes in the county trial courts.

CCAP brings state-of-the-art computer technology and software to Wisconsin's circuit courts by developing hardware and software and providing training and technical support. Key to the program's success is that users are involved in the design process, ensuring CCAP software is easy to use, functional and innovative. CCAP is a state-initiated and funded program that supports joint state/county responsibility for the court system.

Contact information

Consolidated Court Automation Programs
Jean Bousquet, Chief Information Officer
110 East Main Street, Suite 500
Madison, WI 53703-3328
Ph: (608) 267-3728
Fax: (608) 261-6655

Circuit Court users & growth

In 2007, Wisconsin's circuit courts handled 1,031,363 contested and uncontested cases Adobe PDF. (Note: this figure does not include Portage County circuit court information.) The heavy workload has made technology increasingly critical for helping individuals resolve legal issues and allowing the criminal justice system to operate efficiently.

Clerks of circuit court, registers in probate, juvenile clerks, circuit court judges, and circuit court staff in all of Wisconsin's 72 counties use CCAP computers in their offices and chambers as well as in the court-rooms. Access to the Internet, the court system Intranet, and Internet e-mail is also provided.

In all counties, public terminals are available where anyone can access information on circuit court cases without staff assistance and without compromising the security and integrity of court records.

Anyone with access to the Internet can obtain information on state-wide circuit court cases in the CCAP system through Wisconsin Circuit Court Access (WCCA). For those who may not have Internet access via a computer, the public terminals in each county also provide access to this state-wide circuit court case information.

CCAP applications for circuit court users

Case Management

CCAP's case management software integrates case file and court calendar information to help the courts function smoothly. Case records and court calendars are easily accessed and can be printed in a variety of formats such as court notices, summonses, judges' calendars, minutes sheets, judgments of conviction, suspension letters, orders for financial disclosure and warrant lists-all critical documents in legal proceedings.

Automated civil, criminal, and juvenile jury instructions

CCAP, working with the University of Wisconsin, provides semiannual jury instruction updates to the circuit courts. Because these are automated, judges can quickly and easily adapt jury instructions to each individual case.

Legal research tools

CCAP provides database tools to circuit court judges who request them and updates legal research products on a quarterly basis.

Jury management

Jury management is a major responsibility of clerks of circuit court and requires receiving and processing prospective juror names from the Division of Motor Vehicle's driver information database. CCAP software automates the entire jury process, from entering prospective jurors' names to recording juror questionnaires to selecting jury panels, assigning jurors to cases, recording juror service and initiating payment of juror expenses.

Financial management

The financial management software is a bookkeeping system that tracks money received by and owed to the Clerk of Circuit Court Office. Clerks receive court fees, fines, forfeitures, filing fees, copy fees, guardian ad litem fees and other money. This software integrates financial and case information and provides daily and monthly data for preparation of state and county financial reports and to reconcile trust funds to bank statements.

Court information repository

The court information repository (CIR) automatically captures data on cases in each county by extracting information on an hourly basis and transmitting it to a central server first area federal credit union Madison. This information is used to measure judicial caseload, document the need for new judge-ships and provide information for court management reports that are used to help allocate resources within the court system.

Interagency cooperation & interfaces

CCAP is continually working to improve efficiency, both internally and with other Wisconsin justice agencies that share information, including law enforcement and district attorneys. CCAP works with a number of agencies to automate the exchange of data so that manual re-entry of shared data is not necessary. All of these electronic interfaces have streamlined record pod save america colbert report and improved the timeliness and accuracy of case information for the agencies involved. The following interfaces with various justice agencies are currently functioning statewide or being implemented.

Tax warrant interface with the Department of Revenue

CCAP and the Department of Revenue (DOR) have been exchanging tax warrant information electronically on a statewide basis since 1997. Each week, DOR supplies CCAP with information on tax warrants that have been issued, satisfied or withdrawn. CCAP then transfers this to the case management system in each CCAP county. CCAP also transfers the kees money court case information to CIB.

Criminal & forfeiture case disposition/sentencing interface with Crime Information Bureau

CCAP has been exchanging criminal and forfeiture case disposition and sentence information with the Department of Justice's Crime Information Bureau (CIB) electronically on a statewide basis since 1999. When a criminal or forfeiture case is closed in the case management system in a CCAP county, the disposition and sentence information is exported to CIB.

Criminal & juvenile case interface with the District Attorney IT Program

CCAP has been exchanging criminal and juvenile circuit court case information with the District Attorney IT Program (DAIT) electronically since 2001. When a criminal or juvenile case is filed in the DAIT's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in the appropriate county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information (e.g. case activities, events, dispositions, and sentences) to the DAIT's case management system for use by the district attorney in the filing county. This interface is currently being implemented throughout the state.

Traffic cross keys bank monroe interface with State Patrol & the Department of Transportation

CCAP has been exchanging traffic case information with State Patrol and the Department of Transportation electronically since 2001. State Patrol officers issue citations using laptop computers in their squad cars and export the electronic citations to a floppy disk, which is delivered to a CCAP county clerk of circuit court office. The citation information is then transferred electronically to the State Patrol and the CCAP case management system. When the case is closed, the disposition and license suspension/revocation information is exported to the Department of Transportation. This interface is currently being implemented throughout the state.

Criminal & juvenile case interface with the Waukesha County District Attorney's Office

CCAP has cross keys bank monroe exchanging criminal and juvenile circuit court case information with the Waukesha County District Attorney's Office electronically since 2000. When a criminal or juvenile case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Waukesha county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.

Criminal & juvenile case interface with the Walworth County District Attorney's Office

CCAP has been exchanging criminal and juvenile circuit court case information with the Walworth County District Attorney's Office electronically since 2003. When a criminal or juvenile case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Walworth county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.

Juvenile case interface with the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office

CCAP has been exchanging juvenile circuit court case information with the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office electronically since 2000. When a juvenile case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Milwaukee County. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.

Forfeiture/traffic citation interface with Milwaukee County Criminal Justice Information Systems

CCAP has been exchanging forfeiture and traffic citation court case information with the Milwaukee County Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) electronically since 1998. When a forfeiture or traffic citation is entered into the CJIS database, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Milwaukee county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the CJIS system.

Criminal case interface with Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office

CCAP has been exchanging criminal circuit court case information with the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office electronically since 1998. When a metro pcs pay bill customer service case is filed in the district attorney's case management system, this information is received electronically and transferred to the CCAP case management system in Milwaukee county. While the case is active in the circuit court, CCAP exports case information to the district attorney's case management system.

Circuit court software updates

To maintain its case and financial management software systems, CCAP produces cross keys bank monroe updates every year. These updates accommodate changes in the laws, fix bugs and add features such as statistical reporting to improve court management at both the state and county levels by providing information on the nature of the caseload.

In 1997, CCAP redesigned its jury management software from a stand-alone application to a network application and added many features from the case management system.

CCAP continues to bring counties onto its various systems, a process that often involves converting existing data onto CCAP databases. For example, in 2003, Walworth County began using CCAP case, financial, and jury management software.

In 1998, CCAP also produced software that reduces the amount of paper produced in the courtroom and eliminates the need for clerks to take hand-written minutes in court and then key the information into a computer. The software is used in criminal cases and in traffic cases, where it also enables clerks to process payment of fines online.

CCAP software originally operated in an OS/2-based local area network in each circuit court, with each network being linked to the Director of State Courts' Office in Madison. During the past few years, CCAP undertook and completed an entire re-write of all CCAP circuit court software in Java programming language. CCAP has installed and implemented the updated software applications, new hardware, and a new operating system, Windows 2000, in each of the CCAP circuit court counties statewide.

CCAP personnel

In CCAP's first two years, it developed plans and a pilot project for four small counties, while operating with a small, project-based staff supplemented by contract programmers.

Today, CCAP's staff of 63 full-time employees supplemented by contract programmers supports approximately 2,800 users in locations. Approximately 45 staff function as support staff at least part of the time, for a very modest ratio of one support staff for every 60 users.

CCAP's growth is due to its ability to provide useful applications and excellent user support.

CCAP's effective staff training allows it to respond to more than 2,000 support calls per month. In 2002, staff also responded to over 800 requests for hardware service or repair.

The support staff is cross-trained and rotated through all user support functions, including help desk, training, release testing, and hardware and software implementation. Each staff member trains on all CCAP applications as well as word processing and spreadsheet software, and spends time answering phone questions from users calling the help desk.

In addition, staff conducts on-site and central training for users and travels to counties to install software and hardware. As a result, when users call CCAP's toll-free number for help, the person answering the call is experienced with CCAP hardware and software, familiar with the applications and court environment in which they are used and capable of solving the majority of problems immediately.

Источник: https://www.wicourts.gov/courts/offices/ccap.htm

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