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ACLEI Community of Practice for Corruption Prevention

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The ACLEI Community of Practice for Corruption Prevention (the COP-CP) is a collaborative forum for Integrity and Professional Standards units of agencies in the Integrity Commissioner's jurisdiction (LEIC Act agencies) to identify corruption risks; share information; work together to counter threats to law enforcement integrity; and strengthen their respective agency integrity systems.

Although membership may change, the core principles on which the COP-CP is built endure; ensuring collaboration and partnership remain cornerstones of our collective corruption prevention efforts.

Aim

The aim of the COP-CP is to foster the capability of LEIC Act agencies through a regular practitioner-level meeting designed to share examples of best fit integrity arrangements, and the concepts that underpin them.

Scope

The COP-CP is a regular, 90 minute, practitioner-level meeting, held at least three times per year.

Membership

To protect operational security, membership of the COP-CP is limited to LEIC Act agencies and is targeted at corruption prevention practitioners at the EL1-EL2 levels.

Agenda

Agenda items are generated by member agencies, with the agenda (and any papers if required) to be distributed by the Secretariat in the week ahead of scheduled meetings.