Corruption Prevention Network"Providing Opportunites for Those Involved in Corruption Prevention and Fraud Control to Learn From Each Other
Average number of attendees at CPN Monthly Seminars – 180 / 200
Source: ACFE 2016 Report to the Nation - 81.1% of organizations had a code of conduct in place at the time the fraud occurred.
Source: Transparency international - Australian Rank 13/180 Globally (2017)
What We do
The Corruption Prevention Network (CPN) primary purpose is to support anti-fraud and corruption practitioners throughout the state of NSW, to better understand the current issues and techniques in today’s market place and bridge the gap between public and private sectors by highlighting risks that span both industries.
The CPN’s strength is in it membership. We welcome participation and we interact with practitioners and members in a number of ways, but all for the same purpose, to raise awareness in skill, capability and to inform on current and emerging fraud and corruption risks.
- Subscribe to our Membership for:
- FREE attendance to our face to face seminars
- Access to many research documents and material
- Regular communications
- Invitation to attend our annual CPN forum
- And much more
- Knowledge 80% 80%
- Educational 45% 45%
- Resources 95% 95%
What We Offer
Education & Training Opportunities
Networking with Peers in Industry
Provision of Better Practice Materials for Practitioners
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is there a cost to join the CPN and attend its seminar series?
Q: Do you offer certified training programs with Continuing Professional Education (CPE) points?
Q: Are there any education seminars held outside the Sydney Metropolitan Area?
Q: What is the content of the seminars and forum?
Q: What type of organisations does the CPN work with?
Q: What benefits can the CPN provide to my organisation?
Q: How does the CPN provide educational opportunities for its membership?
Q: I run a business is there any opportunity for sponsorship opportunities with the CPN?
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