Chief Secretary of Haryana Chairs State-Level Committee Established to Implement ICJS System in Haryana | Chandigarh News
In the first phase, this system should be implemented on the basis of a pilot project in any district, Kaushal directed.
The Chief Secretary, while chairing the second meeting of the state-level committee formed to implement the interoperable criminal justice system (ICJS) in Haryana, also commended the officers and employees of the police department for being at the number one position in the country under Crime and Crime Tracking Network Systems (CCTNS).
At the meeting, the Additional Director General of Police, Administration, who is also the Nodal State Officer, ICJS, Arshinder Singh Chawla, informed that the Interoperable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) has been posted online from Tuesday to deliver justice system. more expeditious and transparent in Haryana.
The data is shared with the five stakeholders, namely the police, courts, prosecution, forensics and prisons. This will play a central role in facilitating coordination between the five pillars of criminal justice and also eliminate data duplication, said ADGP Chawla.
He informed that the Core Application Software (CAS) has already been integrated into the ICJS. Data sharing between CAS and ICJS is done successfully in the state. Login credentials have been provided up to the police station level to access the ICJS. Training on the use of the ICJS was provided to two trained officers from each district / unit. These officers provide training to other officers in their respective districts / units, Chawla added.
He further informed that the software currently used by the prison service has been integrated into the ICJS. In addition, the migration of the existing software to the new e-Prison software is also underway. Likewise, FLS’s TRAKEA software and court data have also been integrated into the ICJS.
He informed that the ICJS is a common platform for data exchange and analysis between all pillars of the criminal justice system, working for a smooth flow of information between stakeholders such as police, medicine legal, prosecution, courts, prisons, WCDs and fingerprints, to achieve the national goal of One Data One Entry.
The ADGP informed that the criminal justice system was created as part of the Crime and Criminals Tracking Network and Systems project, which aims to enable a nationwide search of the database of the police, prisons and courts in every state / UT nationwide.
He informed that the ICJS aims to work effectively to reduce multiple data entry between different stakeholders of the interoperable criminal justice system and to improve real-time information exchange between stakeholders.
He said that as part of the ICJS, the database of all pillars of Haryana was synchronized through the web application programming interface (API) to coordinate between each system.
At the meeting, the additional chief secretary of the Interior Ministry, Rajeev Arora, the principal secretary of the department of information technology, electronics and communications, Anil Malik, the director general of the PK police Agrawal and other senior officials also remained present.