Director, International Strategic Alliance calls for concerted efforts in crime reduction.

Chief Technical Director, International Strategic Alliance for Academic Research and Continuing Professional Development, Niger Delta University Dr. Mannixs Paul says to reduce societal crime, government at all levels are to look at it from the source.

Dr. Mannixs stated this at the fourth annual free human capacity building conference for professionals and organizational leaders at the program Resource Center, NDU Law Faculty, Yenagoa.

According to the Chief Technical Director, for global justice system to be effective there should be an understanding between member nations for proper intelligence investigation to curb crime.

He called on government to adequately fund crime fighting agencies to achieve set goals emphasizing that every form of investigation ends in court.

On her part, Program Ambassador and International Training Coordinator, Africa, Dr. Caroline Ndubuisi who speaks on “examining the correlation between forensic accounting and money laundering in modern times” said most forensic matters end peacefully outside the court of law.

Also, Director Research and Development, USA Dr. Miriam Frolow in her presentation on “strategic leadership development in multifaceted society and organization” appealed with leaders to encourage trust and build consensus for collaboration.

She said, to meet the needs of subordinates, leaders should adjust their style to be flexible, stressing that every individual have different powers, mentorship qualities and emotional intelligence.

Presentation of award, recognition and induction ceremony to distinguished persons climaxed the conference.