CII Principles & Guidelines
Best Practices on Addressing Allegations of Abusive Conduct
Endorsed by UN-RIS member organizations this guidance document presents Best Practices on addressing allegations of abusive conduct in the workplace (including Harassment, Sexual Harassment, Abuse of Authority and Discrimination).
Uniform Principles and Guidelines for Investigations, 2nd Edition
Soon after the creation of the CII in 1999, the investigative offices of participating international organisations recognized the value of harmonising their practices.
General Principles for Financial Forensics
As part of its function, an Investigative Office may conduct activities known as financial forensics. Financial forensics is a growing field that, in the context of an Investigative Office,
CII General Principles for Core Investigative Activities
Six volumes of General Principles for conducting core investigative activities that greatly expand on the principles within the CII’s Uniform Principles and Guidelines for Investigations
General Principles for Proactive Integrity Risk or Fraud Detection Activities
As part of its mandate, an Investigative/Integrity Office may conduct activities to assess and detect the exposure of certain operations and processes to fraud or corruption and/or the risks of prohibited conduct
General Principles for Reviews of CII Investigation Offices (conducted by external experts)
In 2012, at the 13th Conference, the participating organisations recognized the value of developing general principles and guidance for conducting reviews of their investigative offices
Investigation of Sexual Harassment Complaints investigator’s manual
A subgroup of the UN’s CEB Task Force on Addressing Sexual Harassment developed this manual to enhance the handling of formal reports of sexual harassment by strengthening and harmonising investigatory capacity and improving the quality of investigations of sexual harassment.