e-Complaint for Corrupt Conduct
Lodging a Corruption Complaint

This e-Complaint service allows any member of the public to lodge a new corruption complaint online, add more details to an existing corruption complaint or to view a summary of previous corruption complaints.

Where possible, users should include the following information in their corruption complaint:

  • Where, When and How did the corrupt conduct happen?
  • Who was involved?
  • How did you know about it?
  • Why do you think it is a corruption offence?

The list of FAQs for Lodging of Corruption Complaints can be found here.


    • The e-Complaint for corrupt conduct will require 5 – 10 minutes to complete.
    • Your e-Complaint for corrupt conduct will be processed within 10 working days.

  • OR

    • View summary of corruption complaints submitted previously
    • Add more details to your e-Complaint
    • Lodge another e-Complaint


Under the law, the identity of the person making the report will be kept confidential. Complainants may also choose not to reveal their personal details when lodging a corruption complaint.

More details can be found under the Protection of Informers (Section 36 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, Chapter 241) and our Privacy Statement.


It is an offence under the Prevention of Corruption Act (Chapter 241), to knowingly give or cause to be given any false or misleading information to the CPIB. The punishment is an imprisonment of up to 12 months or a maximum fine of $10,000, or both.

*If users encounter any errors with the e-Service, please email info@cpib.gov.sg with information on the issue.

Other Ways to Lodge a Corruption Complaint

1. Call our Duty Officer

Local1800 376 0000
Overseas(+65) 6376 0000

If you reach out to our duty officer between 11pm to 7am, please leave a voice message for us to return your call.


2. Email Us

Email your corruption complaint and any supporting documents showing proof of corruption to report@cpib.gov.sg .

How Does CPIB Handle Corruption Complaints?
  • Step 1
    Corruption complaint has been successfully submitted.
  • Step 2

    All corruption complaints received by the Bureau will be channeled to the Complaints Evaluation Committee (CEC) for evaluation.

    Click here to know more about how corruption complaints are managed.

  • Step 3
    Applicants will be notified if more information is required.
Last updated: 19 May 2021