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The Anti-Corruption Commission of Seychelles (ACCS) was established under the Anti-Corruption Act 2016 which gives it authority to investigate, detect and prevent corrupt practices. It is a self-governing, neutral and independent body which is not subject to the direction or control of any person or authority.

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About Corruption
About Corruption Corruption is the misuse or abuse of entrusted power for private gain. The noun corruption comes from Latin - com, meaning "with, together," and rumpere, meaning "to break." Engaging in corruption can "break" or destroy someone's trustworthiness and good reputation with others. This broader definition covers not only the public servants, but also the private sector such as the CEO of a company, a teller at a bank, a security officer, the coach of a sports team and more.

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Reporting Corruption
Reporting Corruption ACCS urges the general public, civil servants and private industry to cooperate with the Commission’s goals. We hope that members of the public shall act as our eyes and ears on the ground and we expect that as good, responsible and concerned citizens of this country, you will all make a report to the Commission of any corrupt practices. All complaints and information provided to the ACCS will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.

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Prevention & Education
Prevention & Education Corruption Prevention and Education is detection and elimination of the causes and conditions of corruption through the development and implementation of a system of appropriate measures as well as deterrence of persons from committing the act of corruption. The purpose is to minimize, as much as possible, its crippling effect on economy, democracy, promotion of social welfare, consolidating national security and improving the quality of provision of public services.

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Investigations The Investigations Unit of the Anti-Corruption Commission comprises of the Unit Manager and Investigating Officers who are experienced and trained in the various aspects of investigations. All our cases undergo an initial assessment process by the Complaints Unit of the Commission before being handed over to us for investigation.

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