The Value of Consistency

The global anti-corruption movement is garnering more support from government and non-government organizations, civil society, and judiciaries than at any time in recent memory. In fact, many of the world’s anti-corruption agencies have been organized fairly recently, and more are on the way. A challenge facing many newly created anti-corruption agencies and their investigators alike is the lack of reliable, well-documented, and applied policies and procedures.

Carefully conceived, clearly worded policies and procedures give guidance to investigators and serve as lane markers for their supervisors. Such policies and procedures also foster group and individual accountability, demonstrate organizational transparency, and facilitate trust with citizens.

Clarium Fraud & Compliance Solutions possesses the experience and expertise to review and make recommendations to enhance your anti-corruption agency's operational policies and procedures. Call 780-719-0016 or use the contact form on this page to discuss your requirements.

Why choose Clarium to assist with your operational policies and procedures?

Clarium Fraud & Compliance Solutions believes that successful corruption prosecutions begin with a disciplined, consistent, and reliable approach to anti-corruption investigations. Such an approach, in turn, requires expertly written and supported policies and procedures. Clarium offers the expertise and practical experience to help your agency draft and implement successful operational policies and procedures involving:

  • Selection and management of personnel,
  • Job descriptions,
  • Search warrants,
  • Exhibit handling,
  • Crime scene management,
  • Case management,
  • Investigative strategies,
  • Forensic evidence,
  • Data analysis,
  • Witness and suspect interviews,
  • Report writing, and
  • Disclosure.

Create the foundation for a successful anti-corruption agency with the best in operational policies and procedures. Contact Clarium Fraud & Compliance Solutions for assistance with your operational policies and procedures.


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