The staff of the Prosecutor’s Office, the Anti-corruption Service and the Ministry of Emergency Situations have been trained

Courses on modern methods of forecasting and combating corruption have been completed at the Academy of Law Enforcement Agencies.

The event was attended by 76 employees of the Prosecutor’s Office, the Anti-Corruption Service and the Ministry of Emergency Situations.

The trainees were trained in effective forecasting and identification of corruption risks at early stages using modern analysis methodology and advanced information and analytical programs.

International and domestic specialists are involved in the training.

For example, international expert Zurab Sanikidze highlighted the issues of planning and development of anti-corruption policy documents, their further monitoring and evaluation.

National experts demonstrated modern technologies for monitoring and forecasting corruption risks, practical aspects of their external analysis.