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International ProtocolDocumentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict5. IDENTIFYING SURVIVORS AND OTHER WITNESSES 41 5.1 Direct identification 425.2 Intermediaries 426. TESTIMONY 446.1 Informed consent 45 6.2 Confidentiality 47 6.3 Referrals 487. INTERVIEWING 507.1 Interview settings 527.2 Interviewing checklist 537.3 Types of questions 547.4 Interviewing techniques 567.5 Recording interview information 618. ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF INFORMATION 618.1 Physical evidence 61 (i) Sites of attacks 63 8.2 Documentary evidence 66 (i) Types of documents 669. STORING INFORMATION 689.1 Storing documents and other physical information 699.2 Storing digital information 699.3 Storing medical legal/forensic information 70BIBLIOGRAPHY 72 LIST OF ANNEXES 761. Evidence Workbook for Documentation of Crimes of Sexual Violence: 76 a tool to assist investigators in filling evidentiary gaps2. Basic Elements of Multi-Sectoral Response to Sexual Violence 1133. Interviewing: Fundamental principles and top practical tips 1144. Template for personal data to be collected from survivors/witnesses 1185. Referral systems and types of assistance for survivors/witnesses 1206. Physical evidence: principles on chain of custody 1217. Documentary evidence: principles on chain of custody 1248. Guidance on photographing and sketching crime scenes, physical 127evidence and physical injuries9. Rules of evidence and procedure as tools for the protection 135of survivors/witnesses10. Sample Sexual Assault Medical Certificate 138


































































































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