TOOLKIT

 


The prevention of corruption cases, tools for different means of investigation

A TOOLKIT for practitioners


Editors: Éva Inzelt & Eszter Sárik 

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The publication is based on the lessons we could learn from a nearly one and a half year project, entitled: “Corruption risk, risk of corruption? Distinguishing criteria between petty and high-ranking corruption”.  It was developed with the aim of assisting domestic and foreign practitioners – investigators, prosecutors – in detecting and investigating corruption cases. In the Guide, after outlining a brief theoretical introduction, we have primarily aimed to answer practical questions, using the results of common thinking on international cooperation.
  We would like to thank the domestic and foreign partners for their help in implementing the CRITCOR project. We hope that with this publication we can make the fight against corruption even more effective.

National Institute of Criminology, Budapest, Hungary, 2022

This project called ‘Corruption risk, risk of corruption? Distinguishing criteria between petty and high-ranking corruption’ (101014783 — CRITCOR) was funded by the European Union’s HERCULE III programme.

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TRAINING MATERIAL

 

Experience-Sharing Training based on 
case-studies of different states

Training Material


Editor: Krisztina Farkas

  

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National Institute of Criminology, Budapest, Hungary, 2021
ISBN: 978-963-7373-32-9

This project called ‘Corruption risk, risk of corruption? Distinguishing criteria between petty and high-ranking corruption’ (101014783 — CRITCOR) was funded by the European Union’s HERCULE III programme.

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STUDIES

 

Distinguishing criteria between 
petty and high-ranking corruption

Countries’ case studies


Editor: Tünde A. Barabás

  

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National Institute of Criminology, Budapest, Hungary, 2021
ISBN: 978-963-7373-29-9

This project called ‘Corruption risk, risk of corruption? Distinguishing criteria between petty and high-ranking corruption’ (101014783 — CRITCOR) was funded by the European Union’s HERCULE III programme.

  

PRESENTATIONS

  Éva Inzelt:  Distinguishing criteria between petty and high-ranking corruption: Preliminary results I. (GRECO)
  Krisztina Farkas:  Distinguishing criteria between petty and high-ranking corruption: Preliminary results II. (GRECO)