Customs Curriculum is Now Available in Mandarin


Developed with logistical support from the World Customs Organization (WCO), these modules aim to provide Customs officers from around the world with the knowledge they need to confidently approach the detection and interdiction of illicit goods crossing international borders.

This curriculum is available at no cost to all law enforcement including police, customs and regulatory authorities.

Identifying and Combating Counterfeit Components in the Automotive Industry


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Developed by the International IP Crime Investigators College, an INTERPOL initiative delivered in co-operation with Underwriters Laboratories and the Automotive Anti-Counterfeiting Council (A2C2). This module provides and overview of automotive counterfeiting for customs officers and other law enforcement personnel.

All law enforcement IP crime investigators including police officers, customs or appropriate regulatory body representatives will automatically be enrolled in this module without charge.

IIPCIC.org Gets a Refresh and an App!


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In addition to simplifying our users’ experience online, IIPCIC is also working to facilitate information sharing and communication by designing a new IIPCIC App.  The app is easier for our learners to access IIPCIC news, Events and Resources.

IIPCIC will  be showcasing a demo of the app at the IIPCIC booth in Dubai.

The App will be free and made available for both Apple and Android devices on the Apple Store and Google Market.  It is scheduled for launch in Q4 2018.

IIIPCIC Preparing to Engage a New Stakeholder Group: IP Prosecutors!


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The International Intellectual Property Crime Investigators College, IIPCIC, hosted an elite group of global IP Crime prosecutors from July 24-26 at UL’s Carugate, Italy office. The mission of the meeting was to develop a new curriculum for global prosecutors interested in pursuing IP crime cases in their regions. IIPCIC is a global training platform that trains police, customs agents and private sector investigators on the nature of IP crime and how to successfully conduct traditional and online investigations.

This new curriculum would invite a new stakeholder group, IP prosecutors, to join the 16000+ registered IP investigators from both the public and private sectors. Some of the topics to be covered include evidence collection, courtroom presentation, parallel proceedings and damages and sentencing. In addition to IP prosecutors, the new curriculum would include content meaningful for police officers and investigators as well as customs officers. The curriculum is planned for release in Q4 of 2019.

The subject matter experts who participated are pictured.  From left to right,  Sunday Okoebor, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Nigeria; J. Todd Reves, Regional Intellectual Property Rights Attaché for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean; Laura Hammel, IP Attaché for Mercosur, Guianas, and Suriname; Eric Klumb, Retired , Deputy Chief for the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS), Washington DC; Jason Daniels, Senior Investigation Manager, Americas, Underwriters Laboratories; Evan Williams, United States Department of Justice Regional Intellectual Property Law Enforcement Coordinator, (IPLEC), Hong Kong; Keith Kemsly, Instrutional Designer, Success Training & Consulting LLC; Monica Mena, Senior Manager of Education and Partnerships, Underwriters Laboratories; Ellio De Tullio, Founder & Managing Partner, DeTullio & Partners Intellectual Property Law Firm; Jack Chang, Honorary Chairman, Quality Brands Protection Committee (QBPC).

Customs Curriculum is Now Available in Arabic


Developed with logistical support from the World Customs Organization (WCO), these modules aim to provide Customs officers from around the world with the knowledge they need to confidently approach the detection and interdiction of illicit goods crossing international borders.

This curriculum is available at no cost to all law enforcement including police, customs and regulatory authorities.

Illicit Trade of Medical Products Now Available in French and Spanish


In this new course, you will learn about the illicit trade of medical products, be able to define substandard and falsified medical products, discuss the scope and scale of this illicit trade, and gain an insight into the tragic impact on individuals and society.

Through real-world scenarios and examples from international operations targeting the online sale of illicit medical products, you will gain a high-level overview of the investigative procedures involved in combating the illicit trade of medical products.

This course was sponsored by the International Institute of Research Against Counterfeit Medicines (IRACM) and designed by experts from INTERPOL, IRACM, UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), and Nigeria’s National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC).

This module is now available in English, French and Spanish.

All law enforcement IP crime investigators including police officers, customs or appropriate regulatory body representatives will automatically be enrolled in this module without charge.

Customs Curriculum Modules 7 and 8 are Live!


Module 7: discusses the important work of conducting IP examinations at the border.

Module 8: discusses the legal aspects of IP crime, the punitive actions that can be taken against the IP criminal, and the disposition of infringing products.

Developed by IIPCIC with the assistance of the World Customs Organization (WCO), this 8-module series provides Customs officers from around the world with the knowledge they need to confidently approach the detection and interdiction of illicit goods crossing international borders.

This curriculum is available at no cost to all law enforcement including police, customs and regulatory authorities.

New Course - Illicit Trade of Medical Products


In this new course, you will learn about the illicit trade of medical products, be able to define substandard and falsified medical products, discuss the scope and scale of this illicit trade, and gain an insight into the tragic impact on individuals and society.

Through real-world scenarios and examples from international operations targeting the online sale of illicit medical products, you will gain a high-level overview of the investigative procedures involved in combating the illicit trade of medical products.

This course was sponsored by the International Institute of Research Against Counterfeit Medicines (IRACM) and designed by experts from INTERPOL, IRACM, UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), and Nigeria’s National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC).

All law enforcement IP crime investigators including police officers, customs or appropriate regulatory body representatives will automatically be enrolled in this module without charge.

Customs Curriculum Module 6 is now live.


Developed with logistical support from the World Customs Organization (WCO), this module as well as subsequent modules in the series, aims to provide Customs officers from around the world with the knowledge they need to confidently approach the detection and interdiction of illicit goods crossing international borders.

All law enforcement IP crime investigators including police officers, customs or appropriate regulatory body representatives will automatically be enrolled in this module without charge.

AV Internet Piracy Course Translations


This 2 module course is part of our Industry Modules for Law Enforcement curriculum and is designed to help law enforcement investigators identify and address audiovisual piracy in all its forms. A certificate of completion is available for you to download and print after successfully completing the course.

Through real-world scenarios and examples from international operations targeting the online sale of illicit medical products, you will gain a high-level overview of the investigative procedures involved in combating the illicit trade of medical products.

All law enforcement IP crime investigators including police officers, customs or appropriate regulatory body representatives will automatically be enrolled in this course without charge.

IIPCIC Outstanding Partnership Awards



On behalf of the International IP Crime Investigators College (IIPCIC), we would like to recognize and thank all of the 2017 award recipients for their efforts in increasing educational opportunities, awareness and communication between the public and private sectors. IIPCIC believes their commitment serves as a powerful example of the vital role of public/private sector partnerships in the fight against transnational IP Crime.

This year IIPCIC would like to recognize Marjorie Ottenville from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, as well as the Austin Police Department’s Criminal Conspiracy Team. The recipients received their awards during the 2017 International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference which was held from 28-29 August 2017 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

Customs Curriculum Modules 4 and 5 are Now Live.


Module 4: discusses the Critical Importance of Government Agency Cooperation in IPR Protection.

Module 5: discusses Customs Partnership with IP Rights Holders.

Developed with logistical support from the World Customs Organization (WCO), these modules as well as subsequent modules in the series, aim to provide Customs officers from around the world with the knowledge they need to confidently approach the detection and interdiction of illicit goods crossing international borders.

All law enforcement IP crime investigators including police officers, customs or appropriate regulatory body representatives will automatically be enrolled in these modules without charge.

IIPCIC works with IRACM


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The International IP Crime Investigators College (IIPCIC), in cooperation with the International Institute of Research Against Counterfeit Medicines (IRACM), held a subject matter expert meeting to design a new eLearning module on the subject of falsified medical products.

The meeting, which took place at the INTERPOL headquarters in France, gathered experts from law enforcement, INTERPOL’s Illicit Goods and Global Health Programme (IGGH), IRACM and health regulatory authorities including the Nigeria National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) and the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).


Over two days, the experts designed the content of the new online module which will be made available to all law enforcement officers and regulatory authority representatives around the world via the IIPCIC online platform.

IIPCIC is a training initiative delivered by INTERPOL in cooperation with Underwriters Laboratories Inc (UL).

Schneider Electric Circuit Breakers is now available in French and Spanish


Schneider Electric Circuit Breakers – Identifying Counterfeits (Typically sold and used outside of North America)

Counterfeit circuit breakers pose a serious risk of electrical fires and electrocution, your work in preventing them from entering the stream of commerce can save lives. Schneider Electric is one of the world’s leading suppliers of circuit breakers offering the broadest array of products in the industry. The purpose of this course is to provide law enforcement with the information needed to identify potentially counterfeit circuit breakers.

All law enforcement IP crime investigators including police officers, customs or appropriate regulatory body representatives will automatically be enrolled in this module without charge.

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Dubai 2018 IP Crime Conference

2018 International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference

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Combatting the Global Crime Wave of Illicit Trade

This year’s conference was co-hosted by INTERPOL and Dubai Police in partnership with the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Interior, Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC) and the Emirates IP Association (EIPA).


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