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Cabinet is internally divided into the Division of Legal and Disciplinary Agenda, Complaints and Public Relations, Division of Information Technologies and Electronization of the Judiciary, Office of the Cabinet, Registry Office and Library.

 

Cabinet of Prosecutor General  secures the organization of activities of the National Member of the Czech Republic in Eurojust, his deputy, national experts and correspondents and internal auditor, unless these tasks are entrusted to any of the Departments. Cabinet also secures a uniform performance of the case file service at the Prosecutor General’s Office, operation of the Registry Office and management of the case file office of the Prosecutor General’s Office, and furthermore also the provision of library services at the the Prosecutor General’s Office. Cabinet also coordinates the activity of individual departments of the Prosecutor General’s Office, and participates in dealing with conceptual questions of the development of the Public Prosecution System.

 

Cabinet organizes the relations of the Prosecutor General’s Office with national constitutional and government authorities, as well as with other public authorities that are directly associated with the execution of competence of the Prosecutor General’s Office. Cabinet also facilitates cooperation with professional organizations of public prosecutors and it guarantees and secures the activity of experts of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in international and national advisory bodies and workgroups.

 

The Cabinet is also active in the area of education, where it organizes training and education for public prosecutors and other employees of the Prosecutor General’s Office and their participation in work meetings, seminars and professional events.

 

Cabinet also deals with human resources issues, since it attends to the human resources agenda of public prosecutors of the Prosecutor General’s Office and drafts background documents for the Prosecutor General related to the performance of his competence in human resources area in relation to lower levels of the Public Prosecution system. Cabinet also secures drafting background documents for the Prosecutor General in matters of disciplinary proceedings of public prosecutors.

 

Other tasks of Cabinet include securing direct contact of the  Prosecutor General’s Office with petitioners and drawing up records of submissions received by the Prosecutor General’s Office. Cabinet also receives submissions addressed to the Prosecutor General’s Office and takes further steps in respect of all submissions, execution of which does not pertain to the competence of the Prosecutor General’s Office. Cabinet is also competent to handle complaints and petitions addressed to the Prosecutor General’s Office.

 

Cabinet also performs tasks in the field of information technologies, both for the Prosecutor General’s Office and for the whole Public Prosecution system, especially in the form of technical administration and maintenance if information systems and databases at the Prosecutor General’s Office and in the departmental network of the Public Prosecutor’s Offices, cooperation on projects for the development of information technologies within the Public Prosecution system, securing technical support in the course of video-conferences and execution of administration and maintenance of IT technical equipment.

 
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