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October 17, 2021

National criminal records system connected to EU one as of 2012

The Romanian Criminal Records Information System (ROCRIS) will be connected to the European one (ECRIS) starting April 2012, in a move that will allow the exchange of information with the other member states, as part of a project conducted by the Romanian Police, with co-financing from EC. The head of the Public Order and Security Depart­ment of the Ministry of Adminis­tra­tion and Interior (MAI), state secretary Ioan Dascalu, said yesterday, du­ring a presentation of the project, that it “proves that MAI and IGPR are decided to get aligned to European standards, contributing to the investigation and fight of criminality.” The ROCRIS project was initiated in 2009, with a total cost exceeding EUR 3.7 M, the chief of the Criminal Records Depar­tment, Constantin Predescu announ­ced. All the institutions belonging to the national systems of defense, public order, national security and justice will have access to the Romanian criminal records system. The system will be able to issue on the spot various certificates, copies and criminal records, on paper or online, to Romanian and foreign citizens, and to stateless people.

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