Integrity in Brief
Without a doubt, public corruption is the sort of crime that prosecutors and investigators everywhere would like to vigorously pursue. With the limited resources available to most of these offices and competing mandates to fight many other sorts of crime, however, how can offices expand their ability to do more corruption cases? One solution can be found in banding together as a task force. This brief provides examples of task forces around the country that could serve as models for an office or a jurisdiction looking to improve their capabilities to fight corruption effectively and efficiently.
Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity,
Strategies for Increasing and Improving Public Corruption Prosecutions: The Task Force Model,
Available at: https://scholarship.law.columbia.edu/public_integrity/72