NACP 5.2

High-Priority Technology Needs for Law Enforcement

ANALYSIS

In Progress

Sub-promises

PH MANIFESTO 58 Law enforcement agency
 
NACP 5.2.1 – To inculcate the practice of transparency in managing foreign workers affairs system
NACP 5.2.2 – To use Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in all detention centres

25 July 2019 

The Immigration Department is in the process of developing a new Integrated Immigration System (IIS) to replace the Malaysian Immigration System (myIMMs) which has been found to have been manipulated for fraudulent approvals of foreign labour quota.

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NACP 5.2.3 -To improve existing foreign workers centralised management system i.e. streamlining and integrating the existing online systems for foreign workers application

17 March 2019 

The Foreign Worker Health Screening Biometric System aimed at tackling the issue of identity theft will be fully implemented by April, the Foreign Workers Medical Examination Monitoring Agency (Fomema) said. It said the implementation of the Biometric Fingerprint Verification System by Foreign Workers will start operations in stages in selected panel clinics and X-ray centres in Putrajaya, Selangor and here from the middle of this month.

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NACP 5.2.4 – To apply digital technologies to monitor all illegal and illicit activities such as illegal immigrants, smuggling and other illicit activities at all border control and entry points into the country.

09 August 2019 

MIMOS Bhd has researched, developed and used video analytics, machine learning and Internet of Things (IoT) for day and night detection of boat trespasses at the Royal Belum Forest, Perak, to curb the smuggling of endangered species.

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PH MANIFESTO 58 Law enforcement agency
 
NACP 5.2.5 -To establish an integrated database system for the registration of immigrants flowing into and out of Malaysia