Welcome to Anti-Corruption Commission, Sierra Leone
War on Corruption: Welcome to the website of the Anti-Corruption Commission of Sierra Leone. The Commission provides the lead in the crusade against corruption in Sierra Leone and partners with other key institutions to prevent, eradicate and/or suppress corruption and corrupt practices.
We take a three pronged approach – prevention, education and prosecution – in the fight against corruption. But we cannot do it alone. We require the support of the general populace in this fight.
It is my hope that this website will help you gain a better understanding of the work of the Commission. It contains a number of very interesting features and articles.
Please take time to browse through and send us your comments and feedback to help make it better and to help us in our work.
NewsSENIOR POLICE OFFICERS TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR HIGH INCIDENCE OF CORRUPTION WITHIN THE POLICE OFFICE
Over two hundred senior officers of the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) have met with the Director and senior staff members of the Public Education and Outreach Department of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to discuss findings in the National Perception Survey, which ranked the SLP as the most corrupt public institution. Address
ACC BRIEFS INTEGRITY COMMITTEES ABOUT NEW ANTI-CORRUPTION STRATEGY
Members of Integrity Management Committees (IMCs) of various public institutions on Tuesday benefited from an educational session on the contents of the new National Anti-Corruption Strategy 2014-2018 (NACS). The session was conducted by the NACS Secretariat of the Anti-Corruption Commission at the Commission’s Head Offic
BANK GOVERNOR LAUNCHES 2013 NATIONAL CORRUPTION PERCEPTION SURVEY
The Governor of the Bank of Sierra Leone designate, Momodu Kargbo, has on Thursday 17th July, 2014 officially launched the National Corruption Perception Survey 2013 at the Ministry of Finance Conference Hall in Freetown. The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), with support from the World Bank, contracted the Centre for Developme
RESIDENTS IN MAKALOR PLEDGE TO REPORT CORRUPTION
Community members in Makolor town have told the ACC that they will serve as watchdogs and report instances of corruption in the township. They made this pledge at a meeting organized by the ACC Northern Region Office at Makolor town in the Mayagba Section, Kpakimasabong Chiefdom, north of Sierra Leone. The Makolor inhabitants a
ACC STRENGTHENS RELATIONSHIP WITH ITS PARTNERS
The Anti-Corruption Commissioner has told civil society organizations and partners at the ACC headquarters in Freetown that there is need for close collaboration and cooperation in the fight against corruption. Joseph F. Kamara Esq. said to eradicate corruption out of Sierra Leone requires commitment and personal convicti