The work of the anti-corruption law enforcement agencies - the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office and the High Anti-Corruption Court will be combined into a single eCase system, as the press service of the Prosecutor’s General office reports.
The system has already been submitted to the Law Enforcement Committee and representatives of President’s Office. In the future, it plans to integrate it with the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations and judicial systems.
This project started back in 2014 with the support of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative; it is an element of the development and reform of bodies of prosecutors and criminal justice.
With this system, the prosecutor’s office will monitor the progress of the investigation and provide on-line process guidance. The investigation will promptly receive and be able to analyze all the necessary data, because the system updates all the information at each stage, plans time-management and a task calendar.
Witnesses, suspects and their representatives also receive the necessary documents in electronic format. Judges will have the opportunity to access the system even in a court of law for additional research on evidence and key positions in the proceedings.
As we reported before, Iryna Venedyktova, who was appointed as the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, revealed his priorities at the new position.
The new prosecutor general plans to hold the audit of the cases and personnel state of the prosecutor’s office.