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e-Complaint for Corrupt Conduct
  1. 1. Contact Details
  2. 2. Complaint Details
  3. 3. Review & Submit
  4. 4. Confirmation Details
CONTACT DETAILS

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.

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PERSONAL DETAILS

PROTECTION OF INFORMERS (Section 36 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, Cap 241):

(1) Except as hereinafter provided, no complaints as to an offence under this Act shall be admitted in evidence in any civil or criminal proceeding whatsoever, and no witness shall be obliged or permitted to disclose the name or address of any informer, or state any matter which might lead to his discovery.
(2) If any books, documents or papers which are in evidence or liable to inspection in any civil or criminal proceeding whatsoever contain any entry in which any informer is named or described or which might lead to his discovery, the court before which the proceeding is had shall cause all such passages to be concealed from view or to be obliterated so far as is necessary to protect the informer from discovery, but no further.
(3) If on a trial for any offence under this Act the court, after full inquiry into the case, is of the opinion that the informer wilfully made in his complaint a material statement which he knew or believed to be false or did not believe to be true, or if in any other proceeding the court is of the opinion that justice cannot be fully done between the parties thereto without the discovery of the informer, the court may require the production of the original complaint, if in writing, and permit inquiry and require full disclosure concerning the informer.