CONFIDENTIALITY OF YOUR IDENTITY
Complainants may choose not to reveal their personal details when lodging a corruption complaint.
Should a complainant decide to provide their personal details, under the law, a complainants' identity will be kept confidential, even in court proceedings. However, if the court has found that the complainant has made a false statement in his/her corruption complaint, it may require disclosure concerning the identity of the complainant.
More details can be found under the Protection of Informers (Section 36 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, Chapter 241) and our Privacy Statement.
PROTECTION OF INFORMERS (Section 36 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, Cap 241):