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. There are a number of ways to do this:
The forward program for the CPN's popular lunchtime information sharing seminars are as follows:
17 May: Procedural Fairness and Procedural Justice: While public officials are legally obliged to comply with the principles of ‘procedural fairness’, non-public officials should be aware of the benefits likely to flow from complying with the principles of ‘procedural justice’ developed over the past 40 years as part of Justice Theory. Register to atttend here.
21 June: Conflict of interest and ethical decision making - Howard Whitton, Ethicos Group.
19 July: Barriers to Communication: Effective communication with the parties to a complaint may not be as straight forward as we might like to assume.
16 August: Strengthening employment screening practices in the NSW public sector - Dr Ben Marx and Emma Fabiansson ICAC.
18 Oct Restoration of Relationships: Learn about strategies to assist complaint handlers restore their relationships with complainants that have broken down, and preferably to help prevent such relationships from breaking down in the first place.
15 Nov: ICAC Update.
SAve the date: Tuesday 5 September 2017 is the next CPN FORUM
The CPN Annual Forum represents a value for money opportunity to network and learn from others. It will be held at Dockside Darling Harbour.