Lecture given by the BAK at the 22nd German Congress on Crime Prevention

The main topic of the 22nd German Congress on Crime Prevention, which took place from 19 to 20 June 2017 in Hanover, was "Prevention and Integration”. This two-day congress on crime prevention is the largest event of its kind in Europe and is organized by the non-profit association "German Congress on Crime Prevention (GCOCP)” (in German: Deutscher Präventionstag – DPT). This year, a representative of the BAK was among about 3,500 participants.

Within the discussion group "International Forum”, Olivia Aro-Wagerer from the BAK’s Department "Prevention, Education and International Cooperation” gave a lecture on corruption prevention advisory activities in Austrian public administration. She provided an insight into the BAK’s approach of identifying corruption risks in public administration entities at an early stage, comprehensively analysing these risks and deriving tailor-made recommendations from the findings obtained. Furthermore, she explained how entities of various fields of public administration, by drawing on the results of systematic (corruption) risk analysis, can be assisted in implementing concrete measures to prevent corruption. The lecture also included a presentation of the methods used and the diverse effects of specific prevention measures applied.

Olivia Aro-Wagerer
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Article #: 14933 from Montag, 17. Juli 2017, 11:53
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