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Evidence Management

Problem Statement

  • Manual, paper-based evidence management system in anti-corruption cases causes inefficiencies, delays, errors, and risks misplacement or loss of evidence.
  • Security vulnerabilities and lack of transparency plague the current system, risking tampering, compromising investigations, and eroding public trust in the judicial process.
  • The reliance on a paper-based system increases the risk of evidence misplacement or loss, jeopardizing the integrity of anti-corruption investigations and legal proceedings.
  • The current evidence management system is susceptible to security vulnerabilities, including unauthorized access, tampering, and data breaches. The lack of robust security measures and encryption protocols exposes sensitive information to potential manipulation or exploitation, compromising the confidentiality and integrity of investigative procedures.


  • Develop and implement an EMS tailored for anti-corruption cases. Features include hash number generation for evidence, role-based access control, encryption for data security, and chain of custody tracking for accountability.
  • Implementation of a Customized Evidence Management System (EMS): Develop and deploy an EMS specifically tailored to the needs of anti-corruption cases within the Anti-Corruption Bureau of Haryana.
  • Introduce a robust hash number generation mechanism within the EMS to ensure the integrity and authenticity of digital evidence. Hash numbers serve as unique identifiers for evidence files, enabling investigators to verify data integrity and detect any unauthorized alterations or tampering attempts.
  • Implement role-based access control mechanisms within the EMS to restrict access to sensitive information and ensure that only authorized personnel have permissions to view, modify, or delete evidence files.
  • Incorporate encryption protocols and encryption algorithms into the EMS to safeguard sensitive data from unauthorized access and interception.


  • EMS improves efficiency by streamlining evidence management, reducing investigator workload and enabling focus on analysis and decision-making.
  • Enhanced security, transparency, and cost savings are achieved through digital documentation, encryption, real-time access, and hash verification, bolstering integrity and accountability in investigations.
  • The implementation of an EMS streamlines evidence management processes within the Anti-Corruption Bureau, reducing administrative burdens and investigator workload.
  • The adoption of digital documentation, encryption, and hash verification mechanisms enhances security measures within the EMS, safeguarding sensitive evidence from unauthorized access, tampering, or manipulation.
  • Encryption protocols ensure data confidentiality, while hash verification techniques authenticate the integrity and authenticity of evidence files, mitigating the risk of data breaches and maintaining the integrity of investigations.
  • Real-time access to evidence and comprehensive audit trails provided by the EMS promote transparency and accountability in investigative processes.
  • Authorized personnel can track the chain of custody, access history, and modifications made to evidence files, facilitating regulatory compliance and oversight. Increased transparency fosters public trust and confidence in the integrity of anti-corruption investigations and reinforces the bureau's commitment to accountability.

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