Our recent survey has yielded some interesting results, shedding light on the challenges that investigators face, especially when using systems designed for a different era. Let's take a closer look at these pain points, which provide valuable context for understanding the imperative of modernisation. Read our blog and download our survey results.
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A complaint EIMS boasts many critical functions that will allow agencies to simplify the effort to comply and align with both the 2022 AGIS and the ACLEI’s anti-corruption guidelines.
While managing physical briefs of evidence is as simple as bringing it along, the same can’t be said for digital as the variety of file types and disparate systems make it near impossible to consolidate.
As Comtrac continues to drive high-performing and efficient investigations through their specialised investigation management system, we are here to let you know of another great way Comtrac is helping you to raise the bar even higher! With the addition of SafetyCulture, a fully integrated mobile-first application, Comtrac is enabling teams to record and capture evidence during inspections, audits and investigations alike.
Several large-scale data breaches in Australia recently highlighted the importance for organisations to constantly review, maintain and adapt their data security and protection measures. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) was alerted to 396 data breaches involving companies with a revenue of over $3 million during the first half of 2022. With our increasing reliance on technology, organisations must take the necessary steps to protect sensitive data from unauthorised access, use or disclosure.
In 2018, bulk carrier Irongate was travelling from Brisbane and Gladstone when its chief officer approved the dumping of its rubbish into the sea. The equivalent of a 120-litre household garbage bin full of food waste was released into the world heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef National Park, about 24 kilometres southeast of Lady Elliot Island.
Comtrac worked with National Heavy Vehicle Regulator to deliver increased transparency and consistency to their investigation management processes. The streamlined solution automatically generates briefs of evidence and investigative outputs.