The Corruption Prevention Network (CPN) aims to promote preventive capability in both public and private sectors. It is an incorporated body and operates through an organising committee of elected volunteers and a wider council that implemements the CPN's initiatives. Activites are of interest to those working in governance, risk, compliance as well as fraud and corruption prevention
The CPN's strength is in it membership. We welcome participation. Consider the following:
The forward program for the CPN's popular lunchtime information sharing seminars is as follows:
18 Oct 'Barriers to communication': Effective communication with the parties to a complaint may not be as straight forward as we might like to assume - Chris Wheeler, Deputy Ombudsman, NSW Ombudsman. Register here.
15 Nov: Your guide to better regulation - Gabbie Mangos, Manager Policy, Regulatory & National Reform, Better Regulation Division, DFSI. Register here