Free for Law Enforcement
The IIPCIC programme of study for law enforcement consists of 5 online curriculums plus Industry-Specific Courses for Law Enforcement. An IIPCIC certificate endorsed by INTERPOL is available to download after successful completion of each curriculum and Industry-Specific course. All police officers, customs officers, prosecutors and regulatory body representatives can take the IIPCIC training without charge.
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On successful completion of each course, students are eligible to download an IIPCIC Certificate endorsed by INTERPOL attesting they have successfully completed the rights holders course. The certificate courses, recognized by INTERPOL, provide IP crime professionals with evidence of specialist awareness and learning on the subject of working with rights holders to identify and remove counterfeit products from the stream of commerce.
This online course is designed specifically for law enforcement agencies and related organizations. The training consists of five sections including an introduction to cryptocurrency, an overview of cryptocurrency and how it works, an in-depth discussion on cryptocurrency-related intellectual property crime, salient information on fighting this and other organized crimes, and a collection of real-world case studies.
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.
This module, built in co-operation with the International IP Crime Investigators College (IIPCIC) and the Bordeaux Wine Council, provides and overview of Bordeaux Wine counterfeiting for customs officers and other law enforcement personnel.
This 2 module course is designed to help law enforcement investigators define the characteristics of audiovisual internet piracy (AVIP), learn some important best practices associated with investigating AV internet piracy, recognise the different types of evidence that can be gathered, and know how to reach out for assistance from the AV industry to support ongoing investigations and potential prosecutions.
This course was sponsored by the International Institute of Research Against Counterfeit Medicines (IRACM) to help law enforcement investigators 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.
This training module was designed to help customs officers and other law enforcement personnel recognize Schneider Electric APC-branded products, identify counterfeit products from this brand holder, and contact Schneider Electric for assistance when inspecting a product that may be counterfeit.
AIB (Anti-Infringement Bureau for Intellectual Property Rights on Plant Material) is an international association representing major seed companies in the vegetable seeds sector. The mission of AIB is to help AIB-member companies prevent IP infringements, and to pursue IP infringement cases that affect member organizations. This course is availabe in English, French, Spanish, Italian and Turkish.
This training module was designed to help law enforcement investigators gain a greater understanding of illicit trade in tobacco products, some specific vocabulary to better understand this type of crime, and the international implications and consequences of this global phenomenon.