In the first week of April, IACA delivered tailor-made anti-corruption trainings for representatives of the Police Forces (1-2 April) and the Police Academy (2-3 April) of the Slovak Republic. The activities took place in Piešťany and Bratislava, respectively, and engaged in total 46 participants.
The aim of the trainings was to increase the participants’ awareness and understanding of the current challenges in the fields of corruption prevention and integrity management. The programme included an overview of global anti-corruption trends and developments, case studies on combating corruption in the law enforcement forces, special investigative techniques, organizational ethics and integrity, as well as ethical dilemmas. Lecturers included Mr. Drago Kos (Chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery) and Dr. Katalin Pallai (Public sector integrity and intercultural management expert and educator).
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