|Course Date||Course Number||Sponsor|
|3 – 5 January 2017||CE17.100||OECD|
Government officials working in investigation departments of anti-corruption agencies, and in law-enforcement bodies responsible for combating corruption crimes, such as police and prosecutorial services.
Participants should be personally responsible for detection, investigation and prosecution of corruption crimes, including cases involving public officials, private entrepreneurs and companies, as well as participating in international cooperation and mutual legal assistance in the investigation of cross-border corruption cases.
The course is conducted in English with simultaneous interpretation into Arabic.
This course, conducted by experienced OECD experts and law-enforcement practitioners from OECD and other countries, provides practical training on modern investigative and prosecution methods that are required to effectively fight complex corruption crimes as a part of practical effort to improve business environment and international investment. Participants are familiarized with methods to detect corruption crimes through analysis and exchange of data with other bodies, advanced investigative methods such as financial investigations, and emerging forms of effective international cooperation in complex corruption cases. Asset forfeiture in corruption cases will also be explored. The course will include expert presentations as well as hypothetical and real life case studies.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
– Gain in-depth knowledge of modern methods of detection, investigation and prosecution of corruption based on the presentation and discussion of real-life cases;
– Develop practical skills for the application of these methods through the investigation of a hypothetical case that involve a complex cross-border corruption case;
– Learn about the most effective forms of international cooperation and mutual legal assistance in the investigation of the cross-border corruption cases; and
– Expand their professional networks with anti-corruption law-enforcement practitioners in the MENA region and with the OECD countries.
For additional information concerning the content of the course, please address your inquiries to Ms. Diane Pallez-Guillevic: Diane.Pallez-Guillevic@oecd.org