Forces release three films on bribery and corruption
The City of London Police have launched three new bite sized films to raise awareness of the perils of professionals and companies getting themselves
caught up in bribery and corruption.
The Cell, The Bribery Act and The Conversation are free to watch and have been designed in partnership with DfID, to look at the
consequences of making the wrong decision.
By doing so detectives hope the films will have a personal impact on those who are faced with the decision “do you want this business or not?”
The released of the three short videos comes a year after the City of London Police, which is the National Policing Lead for Fraud, made a longer training
video for companies about the damage caused by bribery and corruption, titled ‘The consequences begin at home’.
Detective Constable Mark Lugton said:
“We would encourage companies to look at the films and use them in their internal training or induction programmes to raise awareness of the impact of
bribery and corruption on individuals and companies.
“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, the numbers of people who have viewed it. These details will be really helpful for our usage statistics.
For further information or copies of the films contact DC Mark Lugton on firstname.lastname@example.org
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