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Judges Seminar (public course) 1: Dealing with Economic and Financial Crimes Course

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  • Course description
    By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:   Provide a technical and appropriate working definition of economic and financial crimes;  Make an assessment of the extent of public sector corruption in Nigeria and the rest of the world;  Assess the impact of globalization and media influence on economic and financial crimes proliferation;  Be in a position of strength to make assessments of the impact of particular cases of economic and financial crimes;  Determine the most appropriate and punitive deterrence based on the severity of ‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’, and‘d’, above;  Determine whether particular financial and economic crimes are deliberate or incidental;  Be empowered to determine the admissibility of explicit, and elicitation of, evidence in economic and financial crime trails;  Demonstrate an awareness of the international convention on economic and financial crimes;  Demonstrate their ability to determine whether the forfeiture of assists, in economic and financial crimes, is likely to have a deterrent effect in particular circumstances;  Exhibit a heightened awareness of the role of the judiciary in creating deterrence to economic and financial crimes;  Demonstrate an understanding of terrorists finance, through economic and financial crimes;  Demonstrate understanding of the fundamentals of economic and financial crimes;  Be able to distinguish between the Internet and Intranet;  Exhibit an understanding of the accessibility features of the Internet and Intranet;  Indicate their level of understanding of Internet and Intranet security features;  Demonstrate their ability to advise on the use of Firewall and security coding for particular computer architecture;  Demonstrate a basic understanding of computer programming using Visual Basic, C++;  Demonstrate their ability to perceive ‘the big picture’ in making judgments on crimes involving Internet and Intranet security issues;  Determine the level of persistence that individual respondents are alleged to have made in their attempt to commit, or in committing, particular Internet security breaches;  Demonstrate a heightened awareness of the situation where a judge needs to exercise his or her powers in maintaining case confidentiality and information secretes for individual, institutional, national, and global security;  Demonstrate and awareness of the concepts of ‘Shell Banks’ in money laundering;  Have developed conceptual and logical module of global money laundering;  Be aware of the typologies of money laundering establishments;  Demonstrate their ability to draw on the wide-ranging money laundering legislation, outside the Nigerian shores in conceptualising and logicalising money laundering in Nigeria;  Demonstrate their ability to interpret and draw on the work of international antifraud regulatory bodies in providing specific advice and judging economic and financial crimes within the Nigerian context;  Exhibit an awareness of ‘419 fraud’;  Demonstrate an awareness of the specific Nigerian Penal Code;  Be aware of the National Crime Intelligent Service Statistics on Internet Crimes;  Demonstrate the awareness of the degree to which fraudsters used and are likely to use, computer viruses as an aid to Internet crimes;  Be able to identify common viruses and determine the steps that can be taken to prevent and eliminate specific ones;  Determine the types and effectiveness of anti-virus software;  Demonstrate an understanding of computer Spyware and anti Spyware;  Exhibit awareness of the effectiveness of the Merchant Risk Council, in tracking Internet scams in Nigeria;  Be aware of specific protocol for broadband and dial up Internet access in Nigeria;  Demonstrate an awareness of Nigerian Internet security, specifically firewall and security coding;  Exhibit an understanding of the different ways by which an individual can gain legal access to remote computers;  Demonstrate an understanding of how computer viruses are written;  Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of economic and financial crimes on the individual, institutions, national economy and global economy;  Demonstrate the ability to make the most appropriate decision when face with cases that present ‘ethical dilemma;’  Explicate their internalization of the highest ethical standard of Nigerian judiciary;  Determine the degree to which individuals and organizations, whose is actions have been brought into question, have behaved ethically;  Demonstrate their ability to use ethical principle in the judgement of cases of corporate responsibility;  Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of motives and their value in organisational and subsystem effectiveness;  Distinguish between the different sets of motivation theories, notably content, process and reinforcement;  Demonstrate their ability to translate motivation theory into practice;  Evaluate the appropriateness of the application of particular theoretical aspects of motivation to specific situations;  Demonstrate their ability to formulate a comprehensive motivation strategy;  Critically appraise existing motivation strategy within their organisations, identifying and addressing gaps;  Demonstrate an effective knowledge of salient aspects of cybercrime and the measures that are available for their detection and aversion;  Be in an advantageous position to critically analyse the effectiveness of existing Law on Cyber Crime;  Critically evaluate the effectiveness of the Central Bank, regulations and circulars, in combating economic and financial crimes;  Demonstrate their ability to effectively advise the clients, ‘Prosecution’ and ‘Defence’, respectively, of the legality of issues relevant to pre-existing Law on Cyber Crime;  Be empowered to determine the admissibility of explicit, and elicitation of, evidence in economic and financial crime trails;  Demonstrate an awareness of the international convention on economic and financial crimes.  Demonstrate a working understanding and interoperability of the Law on Cyber Crime; and  Demonstrate their ability to determine whether the forfeiture of assists, in economic and financial crimes, is likely to have a deterrent effect in particular circumstances.

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