Today in Astana, Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev familiarized himself with the process of digitalization of the Prosecutor General's Office: the main areas, projects, as well as the first results of project implementation. The event was also attended by representatives of government agencies and businesses, who are practically introducing new digital technologies.

The Prosecutor General Kairat Kozhamzharov noted that the supervisory authority conducts a phased digitalization of criminal and administrative proceedings, automates the process of registering inspections of state bodies and considering citizens' appeals.

The main goal of the projects is to achieve maximum efficiency in protecting the rights of citizens, ensuring quick access to justice and transparency of processes.

Among the main areas of digitalization are projects: “electronic criminal case”, “electronic appeal”, “unified register of administrative proceedings”, “unified register of subjects of objects of inspections” and “analytical center”.

The project "Analytical Center" assists law enforcement agencies in identifying issues related to the crime situation and social tensions.

The functionality of an assistant investigator with the use of artificial intelligence, which will help solve crimes, is being implemented. This year, the first phase of the E-Criminal Case project is being implemented in cases of minor gravity and misconduct. In general, during the implementation of the project, more than 12 thousand criminal offenses were investigated digitally, of which about 4 thousand were sent to court.

Administrative proceedings are also automated in government. About 1.5 thousand police officers are equipped with tablets and printers. 330 thousand electronic protocols were compiled.

There are also positive results regarding the business inspection automation project, for the transparency of their conduct and reduction. Since the launch of one of the project modules (July 1, 2018), almost 50 thousand inspections have been registered in electronic format, of which 27 thousand are against entrepreneurs. The whole process is automated and no government agency can schedule an inspection outside the system.

In addition, the General Prosecutor’s Office is implementing the “Electronic Appeals” project, which is aimed at ensuring the automation of the processes of filing and expanding appeals from citizens and legal entities.

Published: 24 October 2018



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