The Conference of International Investigators (CII)* is represented by the investigative office or function of participating international organizations. Participating organizations are those established by a treaty or other instrument governed by international law and possessing their own international legal personality. Individuals eligible to participate are those who fulfill their organization’s mandate to investigate allegations of fraud and wrongdoing within their organization or associated with its projects and activities, either as part of its investigative office or other integrity-based unit.
The CII was established to assist investigators and their offices in the professional conduct of their work and to support their important role in developing, maintaining and improving the integrity of their organizations. It seeks to continuously advance the work of its participants through the harmonization of practices and sharing of ideas and leading practices. Its annual conferences enable and enhance close cooperation and collegiality among investigative offices of participating organizations, facilitate the exchange of information, provide advanced hands-on training, and enable its participants to hear from industry specialists and receive the latest developments in the field.
* formally known as “Conference of Investigators of International Institutions and Organizations”