Combating Curruption And Misuse Of Public Office

One Week £ 1,900 | Two Week £3,500 | One Week ₦ 100,500


The law and practice relating to corruption and the misuse of public office is of considerable topical interest. The legislation in this area has developed apace over recent years, with the implementation of statutes such as the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. These key pieces of legislation extend UK jurisdiction to corruption offences committed abroad by UK nationals and incorporated bodies, and strengthen the mechanisms to recover assets and wealth obtained as a result of unlawful activity.

The law and practice relating to corruption and the misuse of public office is of increasing topical importance. This course will equip participants with the strategies, tools and techniques necessary to build human resource capacity, create an ethos of continued improvement and reduce levels of corruption. It unravels legislative frameworks and investigates their impact on standards in public life, preventative measures and the investigation of prosecution in corruption.

  • Exploring the meaning, scope and impact of corruption in an organisation
  • The Regulation of Conduct in Public Life
  • International and Regional Initiatives
  • The Bribery of Foreign Public Officials
  • The Role of Civil Society Organizations in Combating Corruption Appendices
  • Reviewing international initiative to combat corruption, promote good, governance and integrity and manage conflicts of interest
  • Embedding business ethics within a corporate culture
  • Strategies for Maintaining standard in public life
  • Strategies for developing and strengthening trust within an organisation
  • Understanding formal and informal networks and how they impact on an organisation
  • Identifying priorities
  • Developing appropriate measure for integrity
  • Developing a combined integrity and anti-corruption strategy within an organisation
  • Enhancing competence within the organisation, Creating and Implementing organisation standards
  • Alignment and strategy: getting the organisation working together to achieve its strategic objectives with integrity

Develop an anti-corruption strategy that is sensitive to organisational integrity and leaves the organisation as a whole more trustworthy and analyse your organisation for its strength and weakness in both trustworthiness and proneness to corruption.