Teams: Immigration Court Watch is about far more than individual hearing observations (though these are critical); the project's goal is to help build a nationwide network of knowledgeable, motivated, community-oriented groups to fight for transparency and just outcomes within the immigration court system. Teams are vital since they are the central hub of knowledge, training, resources, and mutual support.
Team Lead: a user on a Court Watch team who helps guide other volunteers. Team leads help create and maintain a space for training, follow-up, printing / scanning materials, etc. Team leads can invite other volunteers and leads to their associated teams. Team leads also have all the access granted to volunteers.
Volunteer: a user who will be doing court observations. This user can access forms they upload or ones assigned to them via their Volunteer ID (see documentation for details). Volunteers obtain blank forms, fill them out at court while observing hearings, and either directly (or through a team lead) scan them and upload them to the site.
Admin: a user who can invite another user to any team. Admins have the ability to help diagnose problems and pull statistics and reports about aggregate data.