Tuesday, 08 February 2011 13:18
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is set to launch a new crime information network which will interconnect the government’s various investigatory and law enforcement agencies to curb the proliferation of IT-related crimes.
According to Justice Secretary Leila M. De Lima, the DOj is "currently coordinating with the DBM" (Department of Budget and Management) for the project.
Meanwhile, De Lima also revealed that their office will launch the National Justice Information System (NJIS).
She said the NJIS will contain a national database of convicted offenders for easy tracking and reference for the public and among different agencies.
The NJIS will replace the National Crime Information System (NCIS) which the previous administration started but did not finish, she said.
De Lima said they are also currently implementing the full rollout of the "electronic case monitoring" in order to allow the public to monitor pending cases with the DOJ.
By PIA-NCR/jerome carlo r. paunan
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