State-Level Committee Meeting on ICJS System Strengthening Smart Policing

A state-level committee meeting was held on Monday at the Secretariat under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Sudhansh Pant to discuss the implementation of the Inter-Operable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) 2.0. The meeting involved a detailed discussion on the action plan for ICJS 2.0, and the proposal was approved to be sent to the Government of India.

Chief Secretary Pant highlighted the pride in Rajasthan’s achievements this year in e-prosecution, e-jail, and the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System, outperforming other states. He emphasized the importance of this project in strengthening smart policing and called for its swift and successful implementation.

The ICJS 2.0 project, based on the principle of ‘One Data, One Entry,’ aims to integrate the five pillars of the criminal justice system—police, e-prosecution, e-jail, e-courts, and e-forensics—to enable seamless data exchange. The NCRB has been designated as the nodal agency for this project, working in collaboration with the NIC.

The meeting was attended by Additional Chief Secretary Home Anand Kumar, Director General of Police U.R. Sahu, Finance Secretary (Expenditure) Naresh Kumar Thakral, Secretary Information Technology Arti Dogra, police officers, and related department officials. NIC Director Shashikant and Registrar of Rajasthan High Court Balakrishna joined via video conferencing.

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