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Corruption Practices Investigation Bureau – Corruption Situation in Singapore Under Control

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Open Eyes Opinion {source:  CPIB}



Key Highlights

As part of its continuing efforts to provide greater transparency and promote a culture of zero tolerance against corruption, CPIB is releasing more detailed corruption statistics showing trends spanning 2010 to 2014.

Key highlights from this inaugural report are as follows:

1.) Corruption situation in Singapore remains stable

 Number of complaints received reaches the lowest in the past 3 decades.

 Number of cases registered for investigation reaches the lowest in the past 3 decades.

2.) Corruption cases in Singapore remain low with private sector cases forming the majority

 Private sector cases made up 85% of all registered cases for investigation in 2014.

 Public sector cases made up 15% of all registered cases for investigation in 2014.

3.) CPIB continues to stay vigilant and is exploring new ways to fight corruption with the community

 As figures show that complaints lodged in person was the most effective mode to result in investigations, CPIB will set up a one-stop corruption reporting centre where members of the public can walk-in and lodge complaints conveniently and discreetly.

 CPIB also regularly gives corruption prevention talks to both public and private sector organisations as well as organises exhibitions/ roadshows to spread the anti-corruption message to the wider community

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