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Investigation Documentation System

The Investigation Documentation System (I-DOC) is a tool for work on facts relevant to serious violations of international human rights and criminal law, including analysis, investigation, case preparation, trial and later proceedings. I-DOC provides capabilities to catalogue documentation and evidence, criminal incidents and contextual facts, suspects and institutions involved, victims and witnesses, as well as protected property and objects. The structure of the database offers effective overview of these information categories as well as the possibility to map and analyse different patterns and linkages. Furthermore, there are functionalities to build criminal and human rights cases based on these information categories, including utilizing the Matrix function for analysis based on the legal requirements. The concept of this tool has been developed by Ilia Utmelidze, drawing also on the taxonomies of the ICC Case Matrix and the CMN team of experts.

 

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