The activity Report of the Public Ministry for 2017 considers SIPOCA 53 – “Strengthening the capacity of the Public Ministry of enforcing the new hearing provisions in the criminal codes” as one of the major events and projects regarding the development of the judiciary.
On this line, the report specifies that in 2017 the Public Ministry developed a rich activity in order to implement projects with external financing. In this context, SIPOCA 53 is very important because its general purpose is strengthening the capacity of the Public Ministry in the field of hearings made by the provisions of the new codes by development an IT performant system for this area. This project wants streamlining the management of the criminal file. Also, the new IT system will be a modern and efficient tool for the management of the audio and video recordings, it means a short time for this prosecution stage (hearing suspects / defendants, injured parties and witnesses).
Implementation period is 36 months (starting date – 27 July 2017). Total amount is 54,785,517.47 lei. This amount is broken down as follows: RON 46,010,993.85 – European Social Fund (ESF) reimbursable funds (83.98386284% of the total eligible project budget) and RON 8,774,523.62 – own contribution from the state budget (16.01613716% of the total eligible budget of the project).
Main purpose is strengthening the capacity of the Public Ministry in respect of the hearings conducted in accordance with the provisions of the new criminal codes, by creating a performant IT system wich will be use in this area. Within this project, a software that will support the management activity at the level of the Public Prosecutor’s Offices (Public Ministry) will be developed and will thus contribute to streamlining and modernizing the working methods used in the criminal investigation activity, more precisely in the field of hearings, as defined in the applicable criminal law.
Specific objective is developing an IT system for conducting the judicial hearings and the people and objects identification.
Target goup: 600 prosecutors and clerks and 70 IT specialists from the Public Ministry