Practical Guide 2.0

For the last three days I have been part of the UNODC team presenting the next draft of the Practical Guide for Requesting E-Evidence Across Borders or the Practical Guide 2.0 In our changed world – requests for e-evidence will inevitably increase as cyber criminals take advantage of increased online activity. For example, UNODC highlighted…

Mutual Legal Assistance – The Future

Update 30 April 2020: No one could have expected, when I prepared my paper on the future of Mutual Legal Assistance for the Heads of Central Authorities in the Commonwealth, the devastation of the global Covid-19 crisis. As we now increase our use of virtual meetings through Zoom, Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting and more – we…

New Frontier

I have always been an advocate of online training – pre-Covid-19 this was more to reduce my carbon footprint – now we all need to be advocates for virtual capacity building. As health remains our priority, using more online technology is our reality. Today, I was part of the UNODC team presenting the Train-the-Trainer Module…

What We Do

    Our Mission  Is to deliver cutting edge capacity building to address criminal justice challenges across heterogeneous legal systems   Our Vision Is to provide a globally respected range of pioneering and innovative expertise to enhance rule of law around the world We specialise in the following areas: Electronic Evidence and Cybercrime Access to…

Publications

United Nations Global compendium for law enforcement, the judiciary and prosecutors translated in Russian, Spanish and Portuguese to assist with requests to other countries for electronic evidence from service providers – joint project with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) and the International Association of…