Introduction / Summary

Good practices for addressing terrorism must be built on a functional criminal justice system that is capable of handling ordinary criminal offenses while protecting the human rights of the accused.

Good Practices Breakdown

  • A. Criminal Procedure Tools

    Good Practice 1 Protect Victims, Witnesses, Informants, Undercover Agents, Juries, Investigators, Prosecutors, Defense Counsel, and Judges in Counterterrorism Cases. Victims, witnesses, informan... Read More

  • B. Criminal Offenses

    Good Practice 12 Criminalize Terrorism offenses as Outlined in the Applicable International Conventions and Protocols. Although States may approach codification of terrorism offenses differently... Read More

  • Conclusion: Capacity Building

    It is vital for States to assist each other in developing the necessary capacity to confront terrorism through the criminal justice system. Accordingly states should in the first instance have a moder... Read More

Latest Initiatives

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This section will be used to highlight key initiatives being led by governments around the world which are advancing the GCTF’s lifecycle initiative