ISLAMABAD: Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal has said that NAB has set up its Pakistan Anti-Corruption Academy in Islamabad on modern lines as it has given high priority to modern training of its prosecution and investigative officers. Demands.
The Pakistan Anti-Corruption Academy will ensure the training of newly joined NAB officers and train officers to deal with financial crimes. The new academy will also provide forensic examination and prosecution services to provincial and federal agencies.
Chairman NAB Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal said that the academy would also make suggestions to rectify the flaws and shortcomings in the system. “It will propose reforms to ensure good governance and prevent financial crime. The academy will also liaise with international agencies on financial crime and investigations. This will be done in accordance with the established rules and regulations of the NAB.” Will work under the Research and Training Division.
He said that NAB officers and prosecutors were being trained on modern lines on a regular basis to improve the quality of their investigations. The NAB has been tasked with eradicating corruption from the country and active and dedicated officers are needed to eradicate corruption. NAB attaches importance to capacity building of its officers and a comprehensive plan 2020 has already been prepared to enhance the professionalism of NAB officers. For the successful implementation of the training program, skilled trainers are essential.
The Bureau has developed comprehensive refresher courses to enhance the capacity of investigating officers. Strict monitoring of the training process has also been ensured to meet the needs of the future, “he added. Facilities can be provided. “