Justice Rapid Response routinely provides prompt, impartial, highly trained professional investigative expertise from around the world to national governments intent on seeing justice help end a cycle of atrocities. Justice Rapid Response also supports independent international investigations carried out by institutions such as the United Nations, the International Criminal Court and regional organizations like the African Union. Any entity that has the power and responsibility to investigate mass atrocities can turn to Justice Rapid Response. As of June 2018, Justice Rapid Response had deployed experts on more than 200 missions to help bring justice to the victims of the worst crimes known to humanity.
Click on the map pins below to read more about past and current investigations where Justice Rapid Response experts have been deployed, or explore recent deployments in the 2019 Annual Report.
JRR deployments since 2009:
JRR ongoing deployments:
"Justice Rapid Response has also supported a number of confidential inquiries which do not appear in this map."