Minister of Justice Gül and Minister of Interior Soylu signed the protocol on the integration of UYAP (NJIS) with EKiP (LEIS) 24.11.2017
Minister of Justice Abdulhamit Gül and Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu signed the protocol regulating the integration of the National Judiciary Informatics System (UYAP) with the Law Enforcement Informatics System (EKİP), which aims to carry out the correspondence and transactions between the judiciary and the law enforcement electronically.

Speaking at the signing ceremony held at the Hakimevi in ​​Ankara for which the Ministry of Justice was the host, Minister of Justice Abdulhamit Gül stated that they are in coordination with the Ministry of Interior concerning the efficiency, speed and productivity of trials and investigations, and noted that the integration of UYAP and EKİP is important for both ministries.

IMPORTANT FOR SPEED AND EFFICIENCY OF THE JUDICIARY

Gül emphasized that UYAP provides transactions to be carried out in paperless environment and said that the data required by the judiciary units are also accessed through the system. Minister Gül said that the integration of the summary of proceedings prepared by the law enforcement with chief prosecutor offices will be ensured by the protocol. Emphasizing that the mentioned coordination is important for the speed and efficiency of the proceedings, Gül stated that the loss of time would also be avoided. "With this project, the investigation and prosecution procedures will be completed in a shorter period of time. We will have signed the work that will have a direct impact on the acceleration of the judiciary." Gül said.

DOCUMENTS WILL BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY

Expressing that a prompt justice would be provided, not a late one, Gül said the practice would allow for an effective way for fight against the crime and the criminal. Minister of Justice Gül said that the procedural act will become standardized, and crime and criminal analysis will take place. Expressing that the project will enable to save from labor force, time and costs, Gül stated that "About 2 million judicial incidents data entry, 20 million records, all of these were transmitted by the law enforcement to the public prosecutor's office in the printed environment. These documents which have already been coming in the physical environment will come in electronic environment, and this will enable to save material and time. This means that our police will spend more time fighting against crime and criminals than dealing with the paperwork."

PILOT SCHEME WILL BE EXTENDED

Gül stated that pilot scheme will be carried out after the integration and that they intend to extend the practice in all judicial and security units in 2018. Minister Gül also celebrated the Teachers' Day in his speech.

WE WILL SAVE ABOUT TL 90 MILLION

Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu emphasized the necessity of providing integration against the changing communication and software and added that "We will save about TL 90 million annually and 4 million hours a year at the same time. All of these will meet our citizens' demands for rapid, efficient, rational operating of the government and the increase of government productivity."

Following the speeches, Minister Gül and Minister Soylu signed the protocol that provides the integration of two systems.

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