Today, we concluded this year’s first Anti-Corruption Series training, the one-week FBI Public Corruption course. In this course, investigators were exposed to how the FBI conducts investigations of public corruption in the United States involving federal, state and local public officials, including members of the legislative branch, judges and law enforcement. This course was designed to provide the specific techniques used to investigate such matters. In addition, a law enforcement ethics portion covered topics surrounding the standard of conduct that law enforcement managers must develop and maintain to ensure that appropriate behavior is employed by their officers. This topic included discussions and exercises that involved the participating officials discussing and developing ethical standards of conduct for their own law enforcement agencies.
Congratulations to the graduating participants form Hungary, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovakia. Please stay in touch and don’t forget to log in the global ILEA Alumni Portal where you can get in touch with your colleagues worldwide!
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