Published October 20, 2020
On October 20, 2020, ILEA Budapest conducted its second online seminar.
Instructors of the FBI taught a two-hour Public Corruption and Case Studies seminar which combined live online instructor led sessions with independent study (articles, PowerPoints, videos). The seminar provided a brief review of public corruption investigations and several case studies.
In the seminar, investigators were exposed to how the FBI conducts investigations of public corruption in the United States involving federal, state and local public officials, including judges, law enforcement officers and members of the legislative branch. Participants learned specific techniques used to investigate such matters which can be immediately employed in their own investigations.
Congratulations to our participants from Albania, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, Slovakia, and Uzbekistan!