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Agency

Commission for the Prevention of Corruption

Role/Mission

The Commission for the Prevention of Corruption is charged with the receiving , storing and investigating of statutory declarations pursuant to the Corruption Prevention Act 2000.

Functions of the Commission

To receive and keep on record statutory declarations furnished by public servants pursuant to the Act;
To examine such statutory declarations and to request from a public servant any information relevant to a statutory declaration made by him, which in its opinion would assist in its examination;
To make such independent enquiries and investigations relating to a statutory declaration as it thinks necessary;
To receive and investigate any complaint regarding an act of corruption;
To conduct an investigation into an act of corruption on its own initiative, if it is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for such investigation.