From now on it is possible for everyone to try to investigate top-corruption crimes as NABU Detective. All you need is to sign up to online game “NABU investigates” that was launched on May 14, 2020.
“The course is designed for law students, investigative journalists, public activists who expose corruption and young investigators who start to work in law enforcement bodies. To complete the game successfully you have to conduct a series of investigative actions, collect evidence, give a notice of suspicion, and finally send the case to court,” the Head of the NABU External Communications Department Svitlana Olifira explained.
The interactive format and unique materials of the course help the increasing of knowledge and skills in exposing illegal actions of officials. The player will see how complex investigation of top-level corruption can be, and the NABU Detectives, Lawyers and Analysts will help to understand subtleties of the pre-trial investigation.
“The game is unrealistically cool. I have never met anything alike. It successfully combines video lectures and tasks, explains the aspects of the detectives’ work, of course, within acceptable limits. Each stage of the game contains video with expert advices. This game is much more than just theory that students learn in universities,” the NABU intern Maryna said after she had passed the game.
To initiate your own investigation sign up and click "Start" at Learning Platform at the NABU official website.
The interactive course was developed by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine jointly with the online education studio EdEra with the support of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative.