11 participants from 10 countries attending the DIILS Military Justice course were hosted for a tour of the Massachusetts State House by
Military justice refers to a system of law and procedures that provide discipline to military personnel. Such systems include all aspects of investigation, prosecution and appeals of misconduct and crimes associated with the military’s response to crime and misconduct. The term “military justice systems” includes both judicial and nonjudicial institutions and procedures. For example, sanctions against soldiers for misconduct determined by a commanding officer is a nonjudicial military justice system. Some countries use civilian courts to decide criminal cases involving members of the military. For those countries the civilian courts are part of the military justice system.
DIILS team discusses military justice institution-building with MOD representatives in Cameroon, February 2017.
DIILS recently teamed with the Staff Judge Advocate offices of U.S. Air Forces Southern and U.S.
An investigation specialist from the UN Office of Internal Oversight Service visited Newport to discuss how peacekeeping troop contributi