Core Course

Using Information Derived from Intelligence to Generate Evidence

The Core Courses initially comprised of two foundational curricula:

  • Using Information Derived from Intelligence to Generate Evidence For Terrorism Investigations and Prosecutions; and 
  • Successful Prosecutions of Counter-Terrorism Cases.

While Successful Prosecutions has been integrated into the Academic Unit’s new foundational curricula, Using Information Derived from Intelligence remains an essential resource for practitioners in our core geographic focus regions.

Developed through a collaborative partnership with adult education experts, judicial and prosecutorial training specialists, and practitioners with deep subject-matter expertise and experience, the curriculum builds crucial capacity to address the real-world challenges faced by practitioners in our geographic focus regions.

Courses on Using Information Derived from Intelligence to Generate Evidence For Terrorism Investigations and Prosecutions deepen participating practitioners’ understanding of the value of using intelligence to generate evidence for terrorism investigations and prosecutions. Through dynamic sessions, case studies and hypothetical exercises, practitioners build their capacity to identify relevant challenges and are equipped with effective strategies for addressing them. 

With support from the

Government of the United States

In Action

IIJ Core Course: Using Information Derived from Intelligence to Generate Evidence in Terrorism Investigations and Prosecutions

In July 2019, the IIJ convened the first iteration of the newly developed IIJ Core Course: Using Information Derived from Intelligence to Generate Evidence in Terrorism Investigations and Prosecutions. The Core Course, held in Malta with the support of the...

IIJ Core Course: Successful Prosecution of Terrorism Cases – Curriculum Development Expert Meeting

In March 2019, the IIJ convened a Curriculum Development Expert Meeting for a new Core Course on Successful Prosecutions of Terrorism Cases. The expert meeting, held in Malta, brought together 27 practitioners (including investigators, prosecutors, judges, and defence counsel –...

IIJ Core Course: Using Intelligence to Generate Evidence for Terrorism Investigations and Prosecutions

In February 2019, the IIJ convened a Curriculum Development Expert Meeting for a new IIJ Core Course on Using Intelligence to Generate Evidence for Terrorism Investigations and Prosecutions. The Expert Meeting, held in Malta with the support of the U.S....

Practitioner Tools & Resources

IIJ Prosecutor Outline

Recommendations for Using and Protecting Intelligence Information In Rule of Law-Based, Criminal Justice Sector-Led Investigations and Prosecutions

Rabat Memorandum on Good Practices for Effective Counterterrorism Practice in the Criminal Justice Sector

The Hague Memorandum on Good Practices for the Judiciary in Adjudicating Terrorism Offenses