Central Bureau of Investigation has emerged as a premier investigating agency of the country which enjoys the trust of the people, Parliament, Judiciary and the Government. In the last 65 years, the organisation has evolved from an anti corruption agency to a multi faceted, multi disciplinary central police law enforcement agency with capability, credibility and legal mandate to investigate and prosecute offences anywhere in India.
The Central Vigilance Commission was set up by the Government in February, 1964, on the recommendations of the Committee on Prevention of Corruption, headed by Shri K. Santhanam, to advise and guide Central Government agencies in the field of vigilance.
The FOJ drafts bills relating to the main areas of law, including private law, criminal law, debt collection and bankruptcy law, international private law and public and administrative law.
The office also advises the other agencies of the Federal Administration on all legislative matters.
It is responsible for the supervision of the commercial register, the register of births, marriages and deaths, the land registry and the enforcement of criminal penalties, and also keeps the register of criminal convictions in Switzerland.
The office represents Switzerland at international level at the Strasbourg human rights bodies and in many others organisations and is the national agency in charge of cases of international child abduction. Il collaborates with foreign authorities in the spheres of judicial assistance and extraditions.
The SFO investigates and prosecutes serious or complex fraud, bribery and corruption.
The Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) was launched on February 29, 2008 by the integration of the Ombudsman of Korea, the Korea Independent Commission against Corruption and the Administrative Appeals Commission.
With the consolidation of these three organizations, citizens can be provided with one-stop service of addressing public complaints, filing administrative appeals and fighting corruption by a single organization in a speedier and more convenient manner.
We will continue to overhaul a legal and institutional framework to offer more convenient and efficient public service to the people, resolve people´s grievances and as swiftly as possible, and spread a culture of integrity throughout the society to create a more advanced country where civil rights are fully respected and rule of law is abided by.
Formed under Law Number 30 Year 2002 on Corruption Eradication Commission, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is mandated to eradicate corruption professionally, intensively and continuously. KPK is an independent state institution, which in carrying out its duties and authority is free from any power.
KPK was formed not to take over the task of eradicating corruption from existing institutions. The explanation of the law states the role of the KPK as a trigger mechanism, which means encouraging or as a stimulus for corruption eradication efforts by pre-existing institutions to be more effective and efficient.
The duties of the KPK are: coordination with institutions authorized to eradicate corruption (TPK); supervision of the authority authorized to eradicate TPK; conduct investigations, investigations and prosecutions of TPK; take precautionary measures of TPK; and monitor the implementation of state governance.
With the adoption of the Stockholm ProgrammeSearch for available translations of the preceding linkEN•••, the Commission has been given a political mandate to measure efforts in the fight against corruption and to develop a comprehensive EU anti-corruption policy, in close cooperation with the Council of Europe Group of States against Corruption (GRECO).
According to Canadian legislation, corruption is when a person in public office receives an undue reward to influence their behavior in office, contrary to the rules of honesty and integrity.
In Canada, both domestic and foreign corruption are criminal offences.
Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) continues to be a high priority area for the SEC. In 2010, the SEC’s Enforcement Division created a specialized unit to further enhance its enforcement of the FCPA, which prohibits companies issuing stock in the U.S. from bribing foreign officials for government contracts and other business.
The Fraud Section plays a unique and essential role in the Department’s fight against sophisticated economic crime. The Section investigates and prosecutes complex white collar crime cases throughout the country. The Section is uniquely qualified to act in that capacity, based on its vast experience with sophisticated fraud schemes; its expertise in managing complex and multi-district litigation; and its ability to deploy resources effectively to address law enforcement priorities and respond to geographically shifting crime problems.