.........BHUBANESWAR: Senior officers of the State Vigilance participated in a workshop on ‘Current Trends in Corruption and How to Investigate’ organised by the anti-corruption agency at Cuttack on Tuesday.
The workshop was part of a series of event organised by the Vigilance to observe the Diamond Jubilee Year of its formation. Tuesday’s workshop focused on capacity building of investigating officers and exposure to latest trends of investigation.
Noted investigator P Sharat Kumar, who is an advisor to Anti-Corruption Bureau, Vigilance and Enforcement Department of Andhra Pradesh, shared the best practices on data collection, accounting methodology, forensic audit investigation, bank frauds, money laundering, ‘benami’ transactions and grid system to identify corrupt public servants.
Director, Vigilance Dr RP Sharma inaugurated the workshop in which around 140 senior officers participated. The objective of the programme was to sensitise participants on latest trends of corruption and how to link those during investigation of disproportionate assets cases, Dr Sharma said.