Welcome to CPN

The genesis of the CPN came from practitioners getting together in the early 1990’s with officers from the ICAC and Audit Office to consider how best to address issues which were repeatedly surfacing from internal and external investigations. There was a concern to move towards prevention. This was given increased impetus by the release of the NSW Audit Office’s Fraud Control Guide in 1994.

CPN ALL DAY FORUM: Tuesday 10 November 2015 at the Dockside Cockle bay wharf, Darling Harbour

Five ressoons to attend:

  1. Insight into current fraud scams and activity, how it happens and how it is being tackled.
  2. Learn how to be aware of procurement "slight of hand" and "sneaky" methods to rip off your organisation such as "false invoicing".
  3. Learn of "corruption prevention methods and controls" that are being put in place within the work place to reduce opportunity for corruption.
  4. Hear of how fraudster executives use fraudulent tactics and behaviour to deflect suspicion and appear more authentic than the average person.
  5. Hear first-hand on attempts for bribery "in all its form and glory" of staff and devious ways that are employed to ensnare employees.

PLUS : Great opportunity to network and gain assistance from practitioners in corruption prevention techniques

To register CLICK HERE:  Early bird fees from $450 plus great discounts for groups.

 

sign up to attend 2015 CP Basics - the CPN's free lunchtime Free Free lunchtime seminar series

The CPN provides regular updates for the corruption prevention community through its monthly CP Basics seminar. Anyone can attend - we simply ask that you register. The next CP basics seminars for 2015 will be:

12 August 2015: Martin Tolar, Managing Director of the Governance Risk and Compliance Institute will provide an in depth overview of the new international standard for compliance - ISO 19600 Compliance management systems

9 September 2015: The NSW Infromation and Privacy Commission's Sonia Minutillo will speak about Privacy Law in NSW and what that can mean for Corruption Prevention.  

14 October: The NSW Ombudsman will present on aspects of Public Interest Disclosures - Contracting external investigators to investigate PIDs and Managing allegations of reprisal.

CP Basics is held at 12:30 to 2:00pm at the Mitchell Theatre, Level 1, Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney.

     

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Upcoming Events

12th Aug 2015The new international standard for compliance ISO 19600 Compliance management systems

12 August 2015: Martin Tolar, Managing Director of the Governance Risk and Compliance Institute will provide and in depth overview of the new international standard for compliance ISO 19600 Compliance...

9th Sep 2015Privacy law in NSW and what that means for corruption prevention

9 September 2015: The NSW Information and Privacy Commission's Manager Investigation and Review, Sonia Minutillo, will speak about privacy law in NSW and what that means for corrupion prevention