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The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority completes the course on preventive measures to prevent corruption and money laundering in cooperation with the Police Training Institute at the Ministry of Interior

The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority completes the course on preventive measures to prevent corruption and money laundering in cooperation with the Police Training Institute at the Ministry of Interior
The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority completes the course on preventive measures to prevent corruption and money laundering in cooperation with the Police Training Institute at the Ministry of Interior
The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority completes the course on preventive measures to prevent corruption and money laundering in cooperation with the Police Training Institute at the Ministry of Interior
The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority completes the course on preventive measures to prevent corruption and money laundering in cooperation with the Police Training Institute at the Ministry of Interior

The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA) organized a training course on “Preventive Measures to Prevent Corruption and Money Laundering Crimes”, in light of the national and international standards, which was concluded on Thursday 12th December,2019. The course was held at the Establishments and Authorities Security Department at the Ministry of Interior.

This workshop is considered one of the fruitful cooperation stations between ACTA and the Police Training Institute at the Ministry of Interior. 17 officers from various departments of the Ministry of Interior, in particular legal experts, experts concerned with combating corruption and money laundering, and members of the control and combating economic crimes and drug departments participated in the course.

The course aimed at providing participants with the science and skills that enable them to deal with money laundering and anti-corruption issues, through delving deeper into the national and international legal framework to combat corruption and money laundering. Also, by exploring further the international and national standards to prevent corruption and money laundering, mechanisms and challenges of international cooperation in combating corruption and money laundering, and related judicial applications.

Additionally, delving deeper into the concepts of integrity, transparency and corruption and their relationship to preventing money laundering, providing the trainees with the necessary skills to distinguish corrupt practices and money laundering from other criminal practices, ways to deal with them in administrative and legal aspects, and what precautionary measures and procedures should be taken.

At the end of the course, the certificates were handed by Mr. Ibrahim Ali Abdullah, representative of ACTA, and First Lieutenant / Misfer Hassan Al-Qahtani, representative of the Police Training Institute at the Ministry of Interior. The trainees praised the level of the course in terms of the scientific material and the training curriculum.