Judge Seminar 1: Dealing with Economic and Financial Crimes (Durban)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
Em Durban, South Africa (South Africa)

£12.000 - (R$47.097)

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  • Curso
  • Durban, south africa (South Africa)
  • Duração:
    12 Days
  • Quando:
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Suitable for: This course is specifically designed for: Judges. Lawyers. Prosecutors. Politicians. Employees of the legal profession. Law Graduates

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Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience


Instalações e datas

Início Localização
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Durban, South Africa
Walnut Road, 40001, Johannesburg, South Africa
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O que se aprende nesse curso?

IT Law
Information Systems
Office IT
Ms Office
Communication Training
Financial Training
IT Security


Course Contents, Concepts and Issues

Econimc and Financial Crimes:

  • Defining Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCs)
  • Public sector corruption: Nigerian and International Perspectives
  • The Enron Case
  • Impact of globalisation and news media in economic and financial crimes
  • Impact of Economic and Financial Crimes on:
  • * Individuals
  • * Institutions
  • * National Economy
  • * Global Economy
  • Financial Crimes and The Judiciary
  • International convention related to Economic & Financial Crimes
  • Terrorists financing
  • Forfeiture of Assets as a preventive and mechanism
  • The Role of the judiciary in combating economic and financial crimes

Financial Crimes and The Judiciary


  • International convention related to Economic & Financial Crimes
  • Terrorists Financing
  • Forfeiture of Assets as a Preventive Mechanism
  • The Role of Judiciary in Combating Economic and Financial Crimes
  • Instructing Jury on EFCCs Making Judgements based on PerceivedImpact of Financial and Economic Crimes
  • Overview of the Nigerian Financial Crime Act 2004 and other related legislations

Information Systems Crimes

  • Information Systems Design: An Introduction
  • The Internet and Intranet: Design and Access Factors
  • Intranet and Internet Security: Firewalls and Security Coding Generation and Application
  • Internet Security Breaches: Accidental of Deliberate Breaches
  • Information Systems Crimes
  • Information Analysis
  • Internet Crimes Catalogue
  • Internet Crime: Level of Effort for Would-Be Fraudster
  • Computer Programming: A Basic Overview
  • Computer Viruses: Design, Effect/Counter Viruses

Money Laundering

  • Shell Banks
  • High-Value Retail
  • What is Money Laundering?
  • Financial Action Task Force (FATF)
  • Modelling Global Money Laundering Flows
  • Underground Banking and National Security
  • Money Laundering in Casinos
  • Charting the maze of electronic money transfers
  • Anti-Money Laundering Support Systems
  • International Money Laundering Information Network
  • The British Money Laundering Legislation 1993
  • Statutory Instruments:
  • * Money Laundering Regulation 2001 & 2003
  • * Drug Trafficking Act 1974
  • * Proceeds of Crime Act 1995
  • * The Criminal Justice Act 1998

Anti-Fraud and Regulatory Bodies

  • The Law Society
  • AnCoRR Web
  • Fraud Reduction Website
  • The United nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crimes and its Protocol
  • HM Customs and Excise
  • The Serious Fraud Office
  • UK Treasury Annual Frayd Reports
  • Committee on Standards in Public Life
  • UK Financial Services Authority
  • NCIS Economic Crime Branch
  • Office of the Banking Ombudsman
  • OLAF European Anti-Fraud Office
  • NASD Regulation Inc.
  • Inter-American Convetion against Corruption
  • RespondaNet: The America's Accountability/Anti-Corruption Project
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police: Frauds and Scams
  • International Bar Association
  • Transparency International
  • World Bank Institute Governance Group
  • World bank Anti-Corruption and Fraud Resources
  • International Money Transfer (Banking Fraud and Smuggling)
  • The Banking System in Nigeria and UK
  • Economic Crimes in Nigeria: Banking Fraud-CBN
  • The Independent Banking Advisory Service
  • British Bankers' Association
  • IBAS
  • Consumer Direct: Scams
  • Court of Auditors of the European Union
  • U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
  • U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
  • Internat Fraud Complaint Centre
  • Australia Scam Watch
  • Public Sector Corruption


Information Management & Communication

  • Distinguish between Data and Information
  • Communication Barriers and Circumvention
  • Communication and Risk Management
  • Information Disemination
  • Eyewitness Unreliability
  • Information Security and Case Confidentiality
  • Information Release: Secret Documents and Archiving
  • Kenetics vs. Kinesiology: Their Impact on Evidence Presented

Ethics In Judgement

  • Ethical Headline Cases
  • Ethics and Ethical Behaviour
  • Ethics and Morality
  • Ethical Dilemma
  • Ethics: A Historical Perspective
  • Ethics In Judgement
  • Ethical Judgments
  • Ethics and Secularity
  • Ethics and Religions Norms
  • Ethics and Corporate Responsibility
  • Ethical Decision Making

Understanding and Deterring Cybercrime Part 1

  • Incidence and implications of ‘theft of service’ (including telecom) fraud
  • Trade secret theft as a cybercrime
  • Understanding malicious code
  • Recognising and averting spamming
  • Cyberstalking as a crime: Exploring volunerabilities and remedies
  • What is involved in ‘denial-of-service’ attacks
  • Dealing with copyright violation
  • Understanding and Dealing with securities fraud

Understanding and Dettering Cybercrimes Part 2

  • Trojans and Industrial Espionage
  • Nigerian '4-1-9 Scheme' or 'Advance Fee Scheme': profiling Victim and Fraudsters
  • Pornographic Grading
  • Detecting and Remedying Child Pornography
  • 'Peer Netrowk' Crimes: The Role of ISPs
  • Authorised Online Access: Access Control Measures
  • Child Pornography and On-line Grooming: Incidence and Aversion
  • Child Pornography and Chatroom Monitoring: Technology Available
  • Identifying Theft through Hacking and Phishing