Бесплатные интерактивные  курсы по ключевым навыкам расследования коррупции, отмывания денег, а также возврата украденных активов. По итогам окончания курсов выдается сертификат
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Open-source Intelligence

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Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is a central element of most corruption and money laundering investigations. The information and evidence you can gather from publicly available sources can make the difference between a successful investigation and a dead end. Through a simulated investigation, this course will help you learn the basics of how to prepare, conduct and report an OSINT undertaking.

  • Introduction to OSINT and the intelligence cycle;
  • Preparing your research environment;
  • Searching the open web and deep web databases;
  • Analysing domain records to find information about websites;
  • Using cached and archived records to retrieve past versions of websites;
  • Gathering information from social media sites;
  • Exploiting the visual and meta information of images;
  • Searching online communities, investigating dark web pages and bitcoin;
  • Preparing a report of an OSINT investigation.

During the course you immerse yourself in a simulated investigation into the fishing vessel FV Malaga and its owner, the organisation Mossaman Commodities. You follow open-source leads about the misuse of company structures that reveal indicators of illegal fishing and the smuggling of endangered animal parts.

The course was developed by our eLearning team in collaboration with subject matter experts from ICAR and our Green Corruption programme, with primary funding from PMI Impact.

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International Cooperation and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters

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Corruption and money laundering cases generally require investigative efforts beyond domesticborders.Why? A company paying bribes for a contract might be located in a foreign country. Perhaps assets acquired orusedby the suspect are registered in a foreign company's name. A corrupt official may launder bribes in anotherjurisdiction. Successful international cooperation and the collection of information and evidence are key to asuccessful prosecution.

Through a simulated investigation into the public official "Daniel Regnard", you will gain the skills you need tocollect and request information and evidence from international sources.

You will learn to:

  • Understand the importance of international cooperation, the international channels you can use and thedifferences between them
  • Use open-source information sources like company registries, newspaper articles, social media and companywebsites to gather information
  • Request information informally via police-to-police and FIU-to-FIU channels
  • Understand the principles and legal requirements of mutual legal assistance (MLA), and the admissibility offoreign evidence in domestic criminal proceedings
  • Write effective MLA requests and respond to their refusal if needed

This course is self-paced. You can start, take breaks and continue at any time. It is structured in sessions thatbuild on each other, so we recommend you start with Session 1. After successfully completing the course, youwill be eligible for a certificate of completion

Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Latvian

Duration: 10 sessions; approximately 5 hours in total

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Оперативный анализ

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Analysing suspicious transactions for actitiesrelated to money laundering or the financing of terrorism is a corefunction of Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs).

In this course, you will learn to assess the risk of suspicious activity and analyse suspicious transaction reports(STRs).

This course was developed in co-operation with the Egmont Group ofFIUs and is based on the content of the Egmont Group’s on-site TacticalAnalysis training. It is aimed primarily at FIU analysts, but is usefulfor anyone analysing evidence as part of a financial investigation.

  • Understand the core responsibilities of an FIU;
  • Differentiate between information and intelligence;
  • Assess the risk of suspicious activity;
  • Conduct an analysis of an STR, including all steps of theintelligence cycle: creating a collection plan and hypothesis,collecting, analysing and evaluating information, and creating anddisseminating a report of your findings.

This course is self-paced. You can start, take breaks and continue atany time. It is structured in sessions that build on each other, so werecommend you start with Session 1. After successfully completing thecourse, you will be eligible for a certificate of completion.

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Financial Analysis using Excel

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For most investigators, Excel is the tool of choice to analyse financial information. In thiscourse, you will use Excel to organise and analyse large volumes of data such as banking records, invoices, phonerecords and commercial transactions.

  • Protect your data from accidental changes
  • Use simple functions to find transactions that stand out
  • Unlock the power of filters to find exactly the data you are searching for
  • Use subtotals to summarise your financial data instantly
  • Create interactive summaries using PivotTables

You will also gain insight into typical patterns of illegal use of bank accounts, allowing you to further explorepossibilities to analyse financial data.

This course is self-paced. You can start, take breaks and continue at any time. It is structured in sessions thatbuild on each other, so we recommend you start with Session 1. After successfully completing the course, you will beeligible for a certificate of completion

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Visualise Cases and Flows of Money

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Corruption and money laundering investigations often involve complex structures of persons, companies and otherentities. This is challenging to present to a supervisor or colleagues, or even in a courtroom. A graph or diagramdepicting the relationships between entities in the case and the flows of money between them can make it easier forothers to understand. In this course you will use the free software yEd software.

  • Create clear and interpretable graph to present entities in a case you are investigating
  • Visualise meaningful connections between these entities
  • Depict the entities with custom pictures
  • Use layout functions to make your graph ready for analysing in a few clicks
  • Use Excel data to create graphs that make financial flows comprehensible
  • Add meaningful details, such as thicker connection lines to represent greater amounts of money
  • Make your graph versatile, for example by exporting it to PowerPoint

This course is self-paced. You can start, take breaks and continue at any time. It is structured in sessions thatbuild on each other, so we recommend you start with Session 1. After successfully completing the course, you will beeligible for a certificate ofcompletion.

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Source and Application of Funds Analysis

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The Source and Application of Funds Analysis is a simple yet powerful method to prove unknown or illegal income in acorruption or money laundering case when direct evidence is not available. It is also a crucial tool in cases ofillicit enrichment in countries where this is criminalised.

You will learn how to:

  • Understand how indirect evidence like bank records can contribute to proving bribery and corruption cases and/orprovide evidence in cases of illicit enrichment
  • Calculate a suspect's unknown/illegal income using the Source and Application method
  • Find “sources” and “applications” of funds in your case
  • Use a simple Excel template that helps you to calculate the amount of unknown/illegal income

This course is self-paced. You can start, take breaks and continue at any time. It is structured in sessions thatbuild on each other, so we recommend you start with Session 1. After successfully completing the course, you will beeligible for a certificate of completion

Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Latvian

Duration: 10 sessions; approximately 5 hours in total