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Implementation of eforensics under ICJS project

Implementation of eforensics under ICJS project Mizoram FSL has introduced and maintain online case-tracking system since 15th August, 2014 to facilitate Investigating Officers to track the status of their cases sent to the laboratory. The Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India on 2019 initiated and introduced ICJS (Interoperable Criminal Justice System) to facilitate delivery of speedy justice through data-exchange between courts, police, prosecution, jails and forensic labs by integrating CCTNS with e-Court, e-prison, eForensics and eProsecution. The eForensics online case registration system designed by NIC formulated under the project ICJS was implemented by the Mizoram FSL w.e.f. 1st September, 2019, all the cases received in the laboratory was registered on the eForensics platform. In order to fully implement the eForensics system, an online system to deliver expert reports was designed by NIC especially for Mizoram FSL and the digitally signed Expert Reports were uploaded to eforensics since 1st of May, 2022. The system was officially launched by Hon'ble Home Minister Pu Lalchamliana on 30th September, 2022 at Directorate of FSL Conference Hall, MINECO in the presence of DGP and other senior Govt./Police officials. For the first time in India, Digitally Signed Expert Reports can be downloaded by the concerned Police Officers or Case Forwarding Authority from eforensics platform. This system will not only ensure speedy and paperless receipt of expert reports, but will also dispense authentic reports which is acceptable in the Court.
Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Portal of India (india.gov.in) Mizoram State Police Bureau of Police Research and Development National Crime Record Bureau State Portal of Mizoram (mizoram.gov.in) Directorate of Forensic Science Services (MHA)