Ministry of Justice rewarded for projects on informatics 21.12.2017
Three of Ministry of Justice projects have been rewarded at IDC Turkey Public Technology Awards Summit which was organized by International Data Corporation (IDC).

Convict-Non-convict Pending Appeal Transfer System operating under Ministry of Justice Department of Information (HÜNSİS) has been awarded the greatest prize in the category of the Best Work Effectiveness Project. Legal Database Project has ranked in the second place in the category of the Best Innovative Project, UYAP (NJIS) Institutional Portal Information System Project has been granted the third place.

The awards have been received by the Department Head of Information İdris Ünal on behalf of the Department of Information of the Ministry of Justice.

TRANSFERS BETWEEN PENAL INSTITUTIONS ARE MADE ELECTRONICALLY

The Ministry put into effect last year the Convict-Non-convict Pending Appeal Transfer System (HÜNSİS) to realize the transfer of convicts and non-convicts pending appeal electronically between the penal institutions. Transfers under this project were realized electronically. Therefore, the workload at the Directorate General for Penal Institutions and Detention Houses and waste of time during the actions were prevented.

NJIS SERVICE TO COMMERCIAL COMPANIES

National Judiciary Informatics System (NJIS(UYAP)) Institution Portal Information System was established in order to enable public and private companies to follow the cases, execution and bankruptcy files related to their institutions over the internet. By the mentioned practice, the company authorities could access the case files and the proceedings made in the files electronically without going to the provinces where the courts are located. Up to now, 974 companies and 260 public institutions have used the NJIS (UYAP) Institution Portal Information System.

CRIME MAP WAS FORMED BY THE FORENSIC GOOGLE

The Ministry of Justice introduced the "Forensic Data Bank" in January this year, which includes information on crime types, offender profiles, judges and prosecutor performances, and which will provide guidance on crime prevention. Turkey's crime map was formed by the data bank called the Justice's Google. It was aimed to carry out studies for prevention of crime by using the statistics in the Forensic Data Bank.

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