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Australian Federal Police: New guidance for self-reporting foreign bribery

Jaclyn Jaeger | December 27, 2017

The Australian Federal Police and the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions this month released new joint guidance to assist companies in self-reporting foreign bribery.

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has primary law enforcement responsibility for investigating serious or complex fraud and corruption against the Commonwealth.

The “AFP and CDPP Best Practice Guideline: Self-reporting of foreign bribery and related offending by corporations” provides a clear framework for self-reporting suspected incidents. The guidance clarifies the AFP and CDPP principles and process applied for self-reported activity associated with foreign bribery, money laundering, false documents, and false accounting.

AFP Manager Criminal Assets, Fraud and Anti-Corruption, Commander Peter Crozier...

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