The Kosovo Prosecutorial Council (KPC) is keeping pace with the modern tools in case management by implementing the Case Management Information System (CMIS) in the Kosovo prosecution system. EUKOJUST Project is supporting this effort as part of the activity to improve the quality of prosecution services. EUKOJUST Long-term Expert (LTE), Arben Isufi has been providing a significant support in drafting the CMIS Regulation, and now together with EUKOJUST LTE, Cristian Nicoara are supporting KPC to implement the newly adopted CMIS regulation. To this end, all administrators, CMIS trainers and KPC IT staff were gathered in an EUKOJUST organized workshop in Peja, where all questions and challenges were raised, and the best ways to proceed were identified.
The workshop was double-fold: to ensure that the critical factors in the prosecution offices are aware of the functional content of the CMIS system and its implementation on one side, and the managerial processes required to ensure that CMIS implementation in their working locations is embraced as part of the standard working patterns by the prosecutorial staff on the other side.
In this way, EUKOJUST long-term experts are providing constant support to KPC to enhance the capabilities of the administration at the central and local levels to use the CMIS system in their daily work. Being a relatively new tool with little systemic impact until now, the CMIS will massively interfere with the established working patterns in prosecution offices.