Police Training

Second group of police training, August 2007
Each round of the project provides five groups of 30 police officers a 15-day training session conducted by KID staff and external experts.  The police are trained in methods to assist those suffering from psychological trauma, the rules and procedures of the ECCC, and the international rules and procedures of a police officer’s role in victim and witness protection.  Each police officer attending training will receive a pocket rights-booklet that they will be able to carry with them and reference when conducting their daily activities.  The goal of the police training is to educate police on following international human rights standards for police and the rules of procedure and evidence adopted by the ECCC.

            - Police Training General Agenda for Each Training Session
            - Pocket Rights-Booklet

Victim and Witness Protections Standards for the ECCC and Beyond 2007-2009

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Citizen Advisor Training and Outreach
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Police Training
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Advocacy

Survey and Outreach

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2004 Survey on the Establishment of the ECCC English | Khmer
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2005-2007 Outreach- “About the ECCC” and “Participation at the ECCC”

Teaching Materials from Previous Projects

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Fair Trial Principle
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Human Rights
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Legislation, Legal Drafting, Commenting on Draft Laws, and Lobbying
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The Cambodian Judicial Procedure; the Role of Legal Actors; Writing Judgments; and Court Observations
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Interviewing, Presentation, and Communication Skills

Related Links

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The Khmer Institute of Democracy website