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Anti-bribery and corruption training videos

The films listed below have been designed to look at the consequences of making the wrong decision and not the Acts or Sections of the Bribery Act. By doing this we hope that the videos will have a personal impact on those who are faced with the question “do you want this business or not?”. It should also help to enable the films to be used outside of this jurisdiction.

The videos are free; all we ask is if they are used then please let us know in what context you are using them i.e. internal website, training etc, and if possible numbers of people who have viewed it. These details will be really helpful for our usage statistics.

If you have any questions then please contact Detective Constable Mark Lugton on mark.lugton@cityoflondon.police.uk or 020 7601 6865.

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​​The Cell​A continuation of the "Consequences begin at home" video, which looks at the pressures both external and internal that exist for Relationship Managers and highlights the importance of making the correct choices. Run time 01:30Watch video
​​Consequences begin at home​This video is designed to be used by companies as part of ongoing internal training for their staff.  It graphically demonstrates the impact and ramifications that a corruption investigation could have on companies and individuals. Run time 06:20​​Watch video​
​The Bribery ActAn infographic film bringing to life the key elements of the Act in a simple and light style. This would be an ideal film for bringing the Bribery Act to the attention of people who are new to the Act or have a limited knowledge of it. Run time 02:08Watch video
​The Conversation​A short video reminding business of the importance of making themselves aware of the Act and ensuring that they have “adequate procedures” under the Bribery Act. Run time 02:42Watch video​
The perfect storm of rationalising bribery​​This training film is shared  via Richard Bistrong and Nicole Rose and not to be redistributed or duplicated without their permission.
For more information about this film please contact www.richardbistrong.com and Nicole Rose at www.createtraining.com.au. Run time 07:36
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​Consequences begin at home (English with subtitles​This video is designed to be used by companies as part of ongoing internal training for their staff.  It graphically demonstrates the impact and ramifications that a corruption investigation could have on companies and individuals. Run time 06:20Watch video
​Consequences begin at home (Danish subtitles​This video is designed to be used by companies as part of ongoing internal training for their staff.  It graphically demonstrates the impact and ramifications that a corruption investigation could have on companies and individuals. Run time 06:20Watch video
​Consequences begin at home (French subtitles​This video is designed to be used by companies as part of ongoing internal training for their staff.  It graphically demonstrates the impact and ramifications that a corruption investigation could have on companies and individuals. Run time 06:20Watch
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​Consequences begin at home (German subtitles)This video is designed to be used by companies as part of ongoing internal training for their staff.  It graphically demonstrates the impact and ramifications that a corruption investigation could have on companies and individuals. Run time 06:20Watch video
​Consequences begin at home (Slovak subtitles)This video is designed to be used by companies as part of ongoing internal training for their staff.  It graphically demonstrates the impact and ramifications that a corruption investigation could have on companies and individuals. Run time 06:20Watch video
​Consequences begin at home (Spanish subtitles)his video is designed to be used by companies as part of ongoing internal training for their staff.  It graphically demonstrates the impact and ramifications that a corruption investigation could have on companies and individuals. Run time 06:20Watch
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Further information

For further information or guidance on the Bribery Act call The Overseas Anti Corruption Unit (OACU) on 020 7601 6865 or email mark.lugton@cityoflondon.police.uk

​For further information on The Academy and the courses available visit our Economic Crime Academy website​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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