September 24, 2020

Cayman Islands Anti-Corruption Commission

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International Anti-Corruption Day 2014

Each year 9 December is designated by the United Nations General Assembly as International Anti-Corruption Day and the theme for 2014 is Break the Corruption Chain.

The Cayman Islands, like most jurisdictions, has been exposed to corruption in many forms on various levels. Corruption is a complex social, political and economic phenomenon that globally undermines democratic institutions, slows economic development and contributes to governmental instability.

The corrupt practices and behaviours we have witnessed have affected us all. They have caused us to become angry, shameful and embarrassed, they have caused us to question some of our public officials, and they have brought unwanted attention to our islands.

Being able to combat corruption is an important part of any jurisdiction’s quest to promote and encourage democracy. Whilst the Anti-Corruption Commission is responsible for the administration of the Anti-Corruption Law, the Commission cannot properly discharge its duties without your help.

anti-corruption dayThe Commission needs you to speak up, to take a stand, to report corruption. If you have sound evidence or solid information about corruption related offences, in accordance with the Anti-Corruption Law, you have a part to play.

Remember you are the key to breaking the corruption chain.

To report corruption, call our confidential reporting line on 928-1747. For more information on the Anti-Corruption Commission or anti-corruption efforts in the Cayman Islands visit our website at www.anticorruptioncommission.ky or call 244-3685.

http://www.anticorruptioncommission.ky/pls/portal/docs/PAGE/ACCHOME/PUBLICATIONS/REPORTS/ANNUAL-REPORTS/ACC%20ANNUAL%20REPORT%202013-2014.PDF

 

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