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IICI courses are designed on the basis of extensive consultation with experts in the field of international investigations and prosecutions. The Institute offers both a comprehensive International Investigator Course, covering various aspects of international investigations, and specialized courses in specific skills such as interviewing, analysis, documentation of crime scenes and investigation of sexual and gender based violence.
Please see below for the courses currently open to applications, and for the full list of other courses offered by the Institute (click on course title for full text).
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The Institute for International Criminal Investigations (IICI) proposes to hold a Standard Professional Interview (SPI) course from 26 to 28 October 2015 (3 days), followed by an Advanced Investigative Interviewing (AII) course from 29 to 30 October 2015 (2 days). The IICI is seeking applications from people proposing to attend either one or both of these courses. Completion of the Standard Professional Interview Course is a pre-requisite to the Advanced Investigative Interview Course. The courses will be held at the IICI Headquarters (The Hague, The Netherlands).
The deadline for applications is 24 August 2015.
The Institute for International Criminal Investigations (IICI) proposes to hold its "Documentation of Scenes of War Crimes and Human Rights Violations" Course from 21 to 25 October 2013 and is seeking applications from people who wish to attend the course.
Below you find general information about our main courses which are held regularly.
The IICI, in consultation with recognized experts in the investigation and prosecution of SGBV as international crimes, has designed a training course to specifically focus on the successful investigation of SGBV crimes under international humanitarian and human rights law.
The course is designed to provide experienced criminal investigators and related experts with the additional skills necessary for the successful investigation of serious violations of international humanitarian law, including war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity. Theoretical work is combined with practical exercises.
The training is open to those investigators who have at least five years' experience in criminal investigation, preferably in complex criminal cases, with international experience desirable, or five years' as a human rights investigator with experience in criminal inquiries. It is also open to military officers, criminal attorneys and forensic specialists with international experience. Fluency in written and spoken English is a necessity for IIC20.