This Anti-Bribery Training programme has been designed to be used by anyone who could be exposed to bribery and/or corruption. It explains what bribery is and helps to increase understanding of situations where gifts and hospitality shouldn’t be offered or accepted.
- Understand and show your commitment to the Bribery Act 2010
- Understand the different types of bribery and what could happen if you fail to prevent bribery
- Learn about the difference between a bribe and a gift, as well as the common indicators of a bribe
In this section we look at the first three types of bribery covered by The Bribery Act 2010 – Bribing another person, Being bribed and Bribery of foreign public officials.
This section looks at the fourth offence from The Bribery Act – Failure to prevent bribery. It also looks at the six principles, or guidelines, which organisations must follow to help prevent them from committing this offence.
In this final section, we’re looking at the fine line between what might be considered to be a gift and what might be considered to be bribe. What can you offer, or be offered, without it being considered a bribe? We also look at common indicators that bribery may be taking place; suggesting why people might be involved in bribery, and explaining what should be done if bribery is suspected.