Part 3 Other forms of assistance
Forms of assistance
30 Taking or production of evidence: further provisions
(2) The court may, if it thinks it necessary in order to protect—
(a) victims and witnesses, or a person alleged to have committed an ICC crime, or
(b) confidential or sensitive information,
direct that the public be excluded from the court.
(3) The court shall ensure that a register is kept of the proceedings that indicates, in particular—
(a) which persons with an interest in the proceedings were present,
(b) which of those persons were represented and by whom, and
(c) whether any of those persons was denied the opportunity of cross-examining a witness as to any part of his testimony.
4. In relation to any request for assistance presented under this Part, the Court may take such measures, including measures related to the protection of information, as may be necessary to ensure the safety or physical or psychological well-being of any victims, potential witnesses and their families. The Court may request that any information that is made available under this Part shall be provided and handled in a manner that protects the safety and physical or psychological well-being of any victims, potential witnesses and their families.