Cricket's anti-corruption course
- From the section Cricket
BBC Sport's Joe Wilson goes behind the scenes of a "rookie camp" run by the Professional Cricketers' Association to learn about corruption in county cricket and how young players are most at risk of being influenced by spot fixing.
A number of players came forward under an England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) amnesty to report possible match-fixing approaches just weeks after Essex cricketer Mervyn Westfield was jailed for accepting or obtaining a corrupt payment to aid spot betting.
PCA official Angus Porter runs the camp aimed at protecting new professionals from the threat of spot fixing, ECB chief executive David Collier stresses the importance of whistle blowers in the sport, while Essex fast bowler Tymal Mills says the seminar helped him "understand the duty of reporting corruption".