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Track 2: Paperless, Seamless, Painless: e-Integrating and Transforming Court Services – The Singapore Experience

Wednesday, September 23, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location: Auditorium 2

Presenters: Hon. Jennifer Marie, Hon. YEO Khee Eng Victor, Judge Toh Yung Cheong

Track: Managing Electronic Records

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ICMS was systematically and rigorously developed and implemented in phases from July 2013 onward to transform the criminal and youth court processes into an integrated e-filing, e-workflow, and e-court hearing system.  ICMS is a visionary, multiagency project that links all stakeholders in the criminal justice system. Its central feature is an integrated electronic workflow, which extends from initiation, scheduling, processing, hearing, and tracking of all criminal and youth court proceedings from the moment a case is filed to the time a verdict is pronounced and the sentence effected.

This session will be live streamed.

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About the Presenters

Hon. Jennifer Marie

Ms. Jennifer Marie S.C. is the Deputy Chief District Judge/Registrar of the Subordinate Courts of Singapore. She graduated from the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law in 1983 and obtained an LLM from the University of London in 1990. Ms. Marie also attended the Program for Management Development at the Harvard Business School in 2000. She was formerly the Chief Prosecutor of the Criminal Justice Division of the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC), Singapore. During her time at the Criminal Justice Division, AGC, Ms. Marie was responsible for all High Court prosecutions, appeals to the Supreme Court as well as international criminal law matters. 

Hon. YEO Khee Eng Victor

District Judge YEO Khee Eng, Victor graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1993.  He joined the Singapore Legal Service after his graduation and served in the Attorney-General’s Chambers as a deputy public prosecutor.  In 1999 he obtained a Master of Law (Merit) from the University College of London, United Kingdom.  District Judge Yeo has served in the Criminal Justice Division of the State Courts.  He previously held the appointment of state coroner of Singapore from 2008 to 2012.  He is concurrently serving as a senior director in the Strategic Planning and Technology Department of the State Courts.  

Judge Toh Yung Cheong

Toh Yung Cheong is a district judge of the State Courts of Singapore. Before joining the judiciary in 2003, he was a prosecutor with the Criminal Justice Division of the Attorney-General’s Chambers, Singapore. He has served in a number of other tribunals, including the Valuation Review Board and the Subordinate Military Court. Yung Cheong has a keen interest in criminal law and jurisprudence, and his articles have been published in the Singapore of Academy Law Journal. He is also fascinated by technology and enjoys reading science fiction and assembling his own desktop computers. In addition to his judicial duties, he is currently co-executive sponsor of the Sentencing Information & Research Repository, an online sentencing database developed by the State Courts. He obtained his LLB from the National University of Singapore in 1995 and an LLM with distinction from the University of London in 2002.