IIPCIC Privacy Policy

UL Standards & Engagement is the manager of the website iipcic.org and in the below is referred to as ‘we”.

UL Standards & Engagement

Information we collect
No information collected from minors

Minors under the age of 18 should not provide any personal information and/or other information, including their email address, to UL through the site. The site does not knowingly accept personal information and/or other data from any such users of its website and/or any third parties.

How we use this information
Safeguarding your information

This Privacy Policy applies to IIPCIC services only. Our Site includes links to other Web sites whose privacy practices may differ from those of IIPCIC. If you submit personal information to any of those sites, your information is governed by their privacy statements. We do not exercise control over third-party websites, nor do links to these websites imply that IIPCIC or UL Standards & Engagement are affiliated with the linked site. These other sites may place their own cookies or other files on your computer, collect data or solicit personal information from you. We encourage you to carefully read the privacy statement of any Web site you visit.

Updating your information

The user is asked to inform IIPCIC of any changes to data provided upon enrollment including changes in contact details. You can contact the IIPCIC Secretariat by emailing info@iipcic.org.

Data retention

We will retain your information for as long as needed to provide you services. We will retain and use your information as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements. At any time you can contact the IIPCIC Secretariat to update, amend or delete data on your user account. Please email info@iipcic.org.

INTERPOL may facilitate the enrollment of law enforcement officers, as a consequence INTERPOL may process personal information solely to ensure the verification of your affiliation through the INTERPOL National Central Bureaus, Police Academies or Law Enforcement Agencies. For more information on INTERPOL’s Rules on the Processing of Data, please visit the following link: https://www.interpol.int/en/Who-we-are/Privacy-policy.

Changes to this privacy policy

IIPCIC and UL Standards & Engagement reserve the right to modify, amend, or update this Privacy Policy at any time. Any significant modification will be notified to registered users via email. Any such modifications, amendments, updates or deletions will be effective immediately upon posting or notification. Your continued use of the Site after such posting and/or notification shall be deemed to constitute acceptance by you of the changes.

New technology

Since the use of new technology including cookies, web beacons, and other technology is rapidly evolving, as is our use of new and evolving technology, we may change or use additional or new technology from time to time. You are encouraged to visit this page for any updates regarding these new technologies. If the use of such technology would lead to a significant modification of the manner by which we process your personal information, registered users will be notified by email.

IIPCIC Awards Nomination

IIPCIC believes that all global law enforcement community members should be acknowledged when demonstrating exceptional, diligent, or uncommon perseverance in investigating or handling IP-related crimes. Through the presentation of the IIPCIC Awards, we seek to highlight and recognise outstanding efforts that meet our expectations and merit international endorsement.

The IIPCIC Awards are competitive and granted yearly to no more than two law enforcement individuals, teams or units investigating IP crime matters.


Award Winners Announcement 2023

Winners will be announced as part of the 16th International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference, scheduled from 25 to 27 September 2023 in Oslo, Norway.


To deserve consideration for an IIPCIC Award, a nominee must have demonstrated initiative and innovation when handling or investigating an IP Crime matter. Anyone in the IP community, including law enforcement, rights holders, or other stakeholders, may honour the exemplary efforts of an individual, department, team or specific unit by nominating them to be considered for these awards.

Nomination Form

Please complete the following form before July 31, 2023.


IMPORTANT: You may not nominate yourself or an immediate family member for this award.

Select the award you are nominating this nominee for by clicking one of the circles:

This IIPCIC Award recognizes a law enforcement officer, team or unit for demonstrating outstanding leadership in designing or implementing a unique and innovative approach to an intellectual property crime investigation. The ideal nomination would involve a matter that crossed jurisdictions or countries and posed a risk to human health or public safety.

This IIPCIC Award recognizes an individual’s outstanding contribution to the IP community. The nominee would demonstrate the highest professional standards through innovative approaches related to training, technology, or other law enforcement capabilities.

Nominee's Details

First Name

Last Name

Unit / Department / Agency

Job Title

Business email

Phone number (include country code)

General biography of the nominee:

Nominee’s core activities, including positions held:

Additional information (please be specific) about why this nominee deserves consideration for an IIPCIC Award:

You may upload up to 4 supporting documents that you believe are relevant to support the nomination (optional)


First Name

Last Name

Unit / Department / Agency

Job Title

Business email

Phone number (include country code)

Please check the box to confirm that you are the person indicated above and that all information you submit is accurate.

I have read and agree to the IIPCIC Privacy Policy.

Thank You!

Your nomination has been submitted.

Best Regards,
IIPCIC Secretariat


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