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Hawaii: APNewsBreak: New charges brought in Honolulu corruption case The Seattle Times

Kansas: Outgoing KCK Mayor Says Report Shows ‘Widespread Corruption’ In Fire Department KCUR

Michigan:  Ex-Detroit police official pleads guilty to bribery: 'I should have known better' Detroit Free Press

Michigan: Judge Vonda Evans: Feds say I'm not a target of corruption probe ABC Detroit 


New Mexico: Man accused of kidnapping, bribery of witness to be sentenced KRQE News 13

USA: U.S. court convicts Turkish banker in multibillion dollar scheme to help Iran evade sanctions The Washington Post

Brazil: Petrobras of Brazil to Pay $2.95 Billion Over Corruption Scandal The New York Times


Bulgaria: Bulgarian leader vetoes “insufficient” anti-corruption law  The Washington Post

China: China Names Acting Mayor for City of Tianjin After Bribery Scandal U.S. News


Iran: Crisis of expectations: Iran protests mean economic dilemma for government Reuters

South Korea: Prosecutors: More bribery charges for South Korean ex-leader ABC News


 

How to Craft a Powerful Annual Report


As we begin 2018 and reflect on all our achievements in 2017, make sure you read CAPI's Integrity in Brief outlining the best practices when writing an annual report. In this publication, The City of Philadelphia's Inspector General, Amy Kurland, discusses how a great annual report can earn public trust, advance key goals, and tell your organization's story. Read the brief to learn about what works and what does not. You can find the full publication here
 

 
This brief was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Laura and John Arnold Foundation.   

 
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