Initial Hearing Of Incis Inquiry
The Commission on Inquiry into the INCIS project for the modernisation of police information systems will hold its initial public hearing on November 30 at 10am in Room 1, Floor 3, Terrace Conference Centre, Dalmuir House, 114 The Terrace, Wellington.
According to the Chairman of the Commission, the Rt Hon Sir Ian McKay, the initial hearing is to identify the parties who wish to appear and be heard, the nature of their interests and the likely scope of their evidence. It will also enable the Counsel Assisting the Commission to provide all necessary evidence.
The Commission will establish a timetable, procedures and the order in which parties will be heard. Any person who satisfies the Commission that he or she has an interest, apart from any interest in common with the public, is entitled to appear and be heard.
The Commission was established by order in Council on 4 November and is required to report no later than 1 May 2000.