The Integrated Case Management System (ICMS) is an online platform for parties to manage any of the following cases:
If you are a party in the case, you can use ICMS to:
View case details and updates
View the details of your case, including the:
Change a court date
Reschedule court events, including hearings at the Night Courts.
File online applications
Examples of common applications include:
File court documents
Examples of common documents include:
Note: The examples in this table are not exhaustive. For more details on the services, refer to the ICMS homepage.
After you file an application or document, you will receive notifications about the filing status through ICMS.
As an accused person, you will need a Singpass to log in.
Refer to the ICMS quick start guide (PDF, 3.05 MB) for more information.
You can access ICMS regardless of whether you are represented by a lawyer.
If you are represented by a lawyer, you will not be able to file applications in ICMS. Your lawyer should file the applications on your behalf.
In ICMS, you will be able to check your next court event, view your charges and review the documents and applications filed for your case.
Law firms need a Singpass to log in to ICMS. This is provided the law firm already has a registered Corppass. For more information on Corppass, refer to the Corppass website.
Law firms accessing ICMS for the first time must email the State Courts Crime Registry (StateCourts_Crime_Registry@statecourts.gov.sg) to create an administrator’s account.
The administrator of each law practice is responsible for creating and deactivating accounts of their counsel and paralegals. Refer to the administrators’ guide for more information.
You can pay for applications in ICMS via one of the following ways:
If you need help with ICMS:
For help accessing and navigating ICMS
(For law firms) Other technical queries such as system issues
Contact the ICMS helpdesk at 6756 3874 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: The call centre and helpdesk are open from Mondays to Fridays, 8.30am to 6.00pm (excluding public holidays).
Refer to the ICMS quick start guide (PDF, 3129 KB) for accused persons.
Refer to the ICMS user guides: