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Stories you may have missed this week...


California: Northern California Prosecutor detained in corruption probe U.S. News

Florida: Father and son arrested in city theft case, Fort Lauderdale police say Sun Sentinel

Georgia: US Army colonel, wife and others charged in alleged bribery scheme CBS News

New York: Ex-New York State Assemblyman indicted on bribery charges Wall Street Journal

USA: 5 questions: ethics expert Jennifer Rodgers on former FBI Director James Comey’s Senate testimony Columbia News (CAPI mention)

USA: Comey Testimony: Former colleague explains what you should watch for Takeaway (CAPI mention)

USA: Here are the things Trump’s lawyers desperately hope he doesn’t tweet today The Washington Post (CAPI mention)

Belgium: Scandal drove Brussels’s Mayor from office. Now he’s nowhere to be seen. The New York Times

Brazil: Brazilian court dismisses corruption case against President Michel Temer The Guardian

China: China top prosecutor says probing Tianjin Port former chairman for graft Reuters

Morocco: Thousands protest in Morocco against corruption ABC News 

Russia: Russia's anti-corruption protests explained CNN International 

Installing a Moral Learning Process:

Integrity Beyond Traditional Ethics Training

In CAPI’s latest Integrity in Brief, Julien Topal from Governance & Integrity (G&I), shares insights about decision-making and the moral learning process. The brief takes you through a 7-Step Procedure for installing ethical training practices for employees to follow on a day to day basis. This is a must-read for anyone interested in innovative techniques to train civil servants in moral judgment, and exemplifies the importance of proactively supporting these practices in the workplace. Read the full brief here.

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