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The ICMS portal
The Integrated Criminal Case
Filing and Management System (ICMS) was first launched in 2013. The ICMS is a
multi-agency, paperless e-filing and e-workflow case management system for the
administration of criminal cases. Used from the start of the prosecution
process when charges are filed, to the end when a verdict is given and sentence
is passed, the ICMS is used by the Courts, the Attorney-General’s Chambers, law
firms, the Police and law enforcement agencies, Prisons and accused persons.
ICMS can be accessed from https://icms.statecourts.gov.sg
Access by accused persons
Whether represented by counsel
or acting in person, accused persons can access their case information on ICMS
with their SingPass account.
Apart from being able to view
their case information on ICMS, accused persons who are acting in person will
be able to file certain applications online, such as an application to leave
jurisdiction. They will also be able to upload documents onto their case file,
for example, their mitigation plea and other supporting documents.
Accused persons who need help in
accessing and navigating the ICMS can contact our Call Centre at 1800-5878423
(1800-JUSTICE) for assistance or email email@example.com.
note helpdesk support hours are from Monday to Friday (Excluding Public Holidays): 0830 hours to 1800 hours. They can also refer to the ICMS Quick Guide
for accused persons.
Access by counsel
The State Courts' Integrated Case Management System (ICMS) has implemented CorpPass authentication from 1 Jul 2017. There will be a co-existence period from 1 Jul-31 to Dec 2017, where law firms can log in using either SingPass or CorpPass. Law firms must apply for their CorpPass accounts by 31 Dec 2017.
Please click here for a quick guide to CorpPass (PDF).
You may also visit the following websites for more information.
Find out more: https://www.corppass.gov.sg/corppass/common/findoutmore
User Videos and guides: https://www.corppass.gov.sg/corppass/common/userguides
For other ICMS technical queries, please contact ICMS helpdesk number at 6756 3874 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note ICMS helpdesk support hours are from Monday to Friday (Excluding Public Holidays): 0830 hours to 1800 hours.
Law practices accessing ICMS for
the first time must contact the Crime Registry of the State Courts to create an
administrator’s account for the legal practice. The contact information is as
The administrator of the law
practice is responsible for creating and deactivating accounts of counsel and
paralegals employed by the law practice. In this regard, please refer to
Please refer to the links below for the ICMS User Guides
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