The EU Advisory Mission Ukraine (EUAM) is supporting Ukrainian efforts to bring war criminals and perpetrators of international crimes to justice, joining forces with the Institute for International Criminal Investigation (IICI) and the Polish Police to deliver training to Ukrainian prosecutors and investigators.
Between 15 and 24 August, experienced war crime investigators and prosecutors from various Ukrainian governmental agencies took part in a training course delivered by the IICI. The course was organised by EUAM and supported by the Polish Police, who hosted the course at the Police Training Centre in Legionowo, Poland.
The aim of the course was to deliver new knowledge and skills to Ukrainian prosecutors and investigators that will make them better equipped at handling the multitude of international crime cases in Ukraine.
During the course, participants were trained in diverse subjects, such as Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) research, interview techniques, international criminal law, interviewing victims of sexual and gender-based violence, and practical skills of effective investigation and prosecution in international courts and tribunals.
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