In conjunction with International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) held a commendation ceremony to commend and recognise 18 individuals who have stood up to the scourge of corruption when they rejected bribes.
The ceremony was held on 8 December 2017, at the Corruption Reporting & Heritage Centre. For their act of honesty and integrity, these individuals were presented with a plaque by Director CPIB Mr Wong Hong Kuan.
The Bureau has produced two new videos to educate the General Public as well as Students on the concept of corruption. Using real-life cases and animations, the videos emphasize on our nation's zero tolerance against corruption and the importance of keeping Singapore corruption-free.
Check the videos out below!
Today, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) turns 65!
An agency that is traditionally low-profile and seen as mysterious, our team found out how well Singaporeans actually know about the CPIB, one of the oldest anti-corruption agency in the world!
So how well did you fare in this CPIB-edition pop quiz? More wrong than right answers?
As part of the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau’s (CPIB) ongoing anti-corruption efforts, a new Corruption Reporting & Heritage Centre (CRHC) located at 247 Whitley Road, Singapore 297830, has been operational with effect 9 January 2017. Members of public can now make corruption complaints with an onsite Duty Officer at this new centre, which is located conveniently near Stevens MRT. Appointments to lodge a corruption complaint at the CHRC can be made here.
The CPIB Exhibition “Declassified - Corruption Matters” was launched on 7 April 2016 by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the National Library, where it was on display for more than a month. As part of efforts to spread the anti-corruption message far and wide, the exhibition also roved to four selected regional libraries to make it convenient for visitors to visit the exhibition.
In conjunction with International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December 2016, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) launched the Short Story Writing Competition #IfILiveInDarkness, which was opened
A new corporate social responsibility initiative undertaken by CPIB in 2016 was Meals-on-Wheels, an activity which requires volunteers to serve as food delivery providers such as “Deliveroo” or “foodpanda”. Touch Community Services (Touch), the organization which runs Meals-on-Wheels, require volunteers on a daily basis as they have homebound elderly who need lunch and dinner delivered to them at their homes.
From a corruption-rife mudflats to a modern metropolis known for its efficiency and incorruptibility, visit the CPIB Exhibition “Declassified - Corruption Matters” to gain insights into Singapore's battle against the venal. You will journey with the exhibition as it showcases how corruption-ridden Singapore transformed itself into the glistening nation that now ranks among the least corrupt countries in the world. You will be re-acquainted with our Founding Prime Minister, the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his vision in keeping Singapore corruption-free.