Letter from the President:
I hope this report finds all of you enjoying your summer and the fun times and memories associated with summer.
We had an incredible convention, and I appreciate all those who worked so hard on getting it all pulled together.   Putting a convention together is definitely a team effort!!   

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Call for Action:
​The greatest threat currently facing our profession is the shortage of court reporting students.  As a member of our profession, we each have an obligation to do our part in recruiting.  In an effort to combat the issue of student shortages, KCRA is asking its membership to contact local high school guidance counselors -- professionals that steer students into various career paths -- and educate them about court reporting and captioning...


​KCRA is committed to promoting and maintaining the highest standards of verbatim reporting, quality services, professional ethics, and advocating continuing education, as well as the utilization of state-of-the-art technology.

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Shawnee County District Court is “very short” on the number of its court reporters, who record every word said during court hearings and trials before the court’s 15 judges...
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Official proclamations have already been issued in seven states and several municipalities recognizing the 2016 Court Reporting & Captioning Week...

Court Reporting & Captioning Week 2016

KCRA President Cindy Isaacsen & Dani Murray, both Johnson County Official Court Reporters, appear on the KC Live morning show to celebrate Court Reporting & Captioning Week 2016.


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