This subject examines the different approaches to integrity assurance and corruption prevention and highlights the suitability of different approaches for particular challenges arising within the context of organisational corruption. It also includes an examination of post incident strategy and restorative approaches as well as pressures involved in building organisational resilience to corruption. It provides an overview and understanding of the main approaches to reducing corruption and ensuring public sector integrity. It focuses on both proactive and reactive measures. Trends in the use of coercive and intrusive techniques of investigation will be considered, as well as the emergence of specialised anti-corruption bodies. Challenges faced by those working in anti-corruption and integrity assurance will also be addressed
Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
Post Graduate Students only
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