CMIS

CMIS IS designed specifically to support law enforcement agencies such as the Indonesian National Police to combat all types of transnational crime including but not limited to:

  • Terrorism;
  • People Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons;
  •  Narcotics Trafficking, Child Sex Tourism;
  • Environmental Crimes;
  • Technology Enabled Crime;
  • Sea Piracy, Arms Trafficking; and
  • Identity Crime.

WHAT CAN CMIS DO?

  • CMIS manages intelligence and information pertaining to all types of activity.
  • CMIS enables investigators and intelligence analysts to retrieve information and intelligence instantaneously and alleviate time consuming paperwork.     
  • CMIS is user friendly and allows persons with little or no computer skills to use the system and become proficient in a short time.
  • CMIS is installed on a regular desk or lap top computer and is connected through the Polri Intranet Network.
  • The CMIS network is managed by the Trans National Crime Centre (TNCC) at Mabes Polri.
  • CMIS users can enter and retrieve information at Mabes Polri as well as the Polda.
  • CMIS can also be utilised to provide statistical reporting (crime statistics) to Polri to assist with work force planning. 

WHAT INFORMATION NEEDS TO BE ENTERED INTO CMIS?

  • Bomb – represents a real or hoax explosive device
  • Contact Number – represents a phone or mobile number.
  • Case Note – A case note is a brief note recording details relevant to the investigation. 
  • Document – any document that can be subjected to analysis.
  • Event – Refers to occurrence either past, present or future like meetings, terrorist incident etc.
  • Image – represents any graphic that is visible, a picture or images such as photos of offenders and victims or forensic images (not fingerprints).
  • Refers to any physical place, such as a home address, office address or crime scene
  • Offence – any violation of law. For example CMIS has classified cases into offences such as terrorism, human trafficking and narcotics
  • Organisation – refers to a name of a group, company or club whether legal or illegal..
  • Person – represents a person with a true name or those who are identified with aliases or false names.
  • Vehicle – Any means of transportation.

HOW DO I ENTER AND RETRIEVE INFORMATION LOADED INTO CMIS?

CMIS computers are located at Mabes Polri Crime Directorates, the TNCC and Reskrim Offices at the Polda. 

If you require access to CMIS you can undertake a CMIS Basic Users Program and you will be provided a CMIS User Account and password:

You can also send information to the TNCC to be entered by TNCC.

Phone    : +6221 7228001

Fax    : +6221 7228002

Email    : CMISSupport@TNCC.CO.ID

You can receive information from CMIS by contacting the TNCC to undertake a CMIS Search.

Phone    : +6221 7228001

Fax    : +6221 7228002

Email    : CMISsupport@TNCC.CO.ID

SECURITY

CMIS is designed to manage sensitive information and intelligence. Access is controlled via strict measures, audit trails, transaction and audit logs.   

Sensitive investigations can be locked down to team access only.

CMIS is only accessible by Polri members that are trained in the use of CMIS.

Authority to use the system will need a letter of approval through your respective Director Reskrim or Director Intel. The letter should be forwarded to TNCC at CMISsupport@TNCC.CO.ID     

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

What do I do if I forget my Password/Username?

Contact the TNCCCMIS IT Support Team to have your password reset or check your username.

What do I do if I encounter technical difficulties while using CMIS?

Contact your local Telematika Officer to have the problem rectified or the TNCC.

 

Where is the information I enter stored?

  • The information is stored on a secure server at Mabes Polri.
  • The information is accessed by the TNCC to write strategic intelligence reports.
  • The information is for sole use by Polri.

What is the objective/purpose of CMIS?

CMIS is designed to increase Polri capability to collect, store and analyse criminal information. This will enable Polri to produce reliable criminal intelligence and have a centralised database specific to transnational crime.

What are the benefits to the police?

  • Provides a centralised information system for recording transnational crime information.
  • Reduces time required to track down criminal information
  • Enhances information sharing between Directorates and Poldas
  • Supports investigators and intelligence analysts
  • Provides a centralised, analytical and searchable database for crime statistics

How can I be trained in CMIS?

  • The CMIS Basic User Course is a three day course
  • Training courses are held regularly and can be held at Poldas that have CMIS capability.
  • For information on CMIS training please contact the CMIS Training Team at TNCC:  

Phone    : +6221 7228001

Fax    : +6221 7228002

Email    : cmissupport@tncc.co.id