RINJ has investigators in the field who are identifying persons accused of committing a war-crime of sexual violence. This is an arduous task and often relies on individual researchers’ contributions to the database.
RINJ Telecommuting volunteers working from their home all around the world:
Find photographs of ISIL Jihadists in selected areas and upload here.
Researchers are needed to scour the internet for news pictures taken in the field. They are then uploaded to The RINJ Foundation and other researches make the data available to people in the field. Searching social media & other resources, identifying the offenders is a focussed and rewarding task.
Information derived from telecommuting RINJ member's work includes analyzing photographs for tattoos, scars, jewelry, articles of clothing, beard shapes, hair removal patterns (shaving patterns), spectral analysis (hair coloring, skin tones (1-5)) etcetera. The data is then stored in an RDBMS (Relational database management system) and correlated.
The methods RINJ uses to assemble and correlate data are internationally accepted routines capable of adducing to any court as evidence for identification and prosecution of criminals.
The RINJ Foundation has volunteers in the field who are collecting evidence and doing survivor support and case work reporting.
Women and children survivors of war-crime rape in the field use The RINJ Foundation’s mobile web reporting functions to tell their story and make a complaint which RINJ then investigates.
Any RINJ Foundation Member can file a report of war-crime rape of their own experience or their knowledge of crime against another person by submitting photographs (especially identification photos of perpetrators before, at, or after the material time) and documents here on this page. You can file a detailed report here.