An integrity system for Victoria police: Key elements of a model integrity system

Tim Prenzler, Seumas Miller

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Abstract

The following sections set out an ideal structure and set of strategies for minimising corruption and establishing an ethical culture in a police department. The model is based on a search of the international literature. It was initiated with key word searches of electronic databases current to 30 November 2007. Keywords included “police corruption prevention”, “police accountability”, “integrity management”, “police ethics” and “police ethics education”, with variants such as “and undercover agent”, “and financial audit”, “and wiretapping”. Databases included CINCH, Criminal Justice Abstracts, APAIS, FACTIVA, Australian Federal Police Digest, AGIS, SAGE (full text database), ERIC via Proquest, Legal Trac, Communications Law and Policy, Case Base, Hein Online and Google Scholar.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCharles Sturt University
Commissioning bodyVictoria Police
Number of pages133
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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