On 11 February 2019, CPIB held a commendation ceremony at the Corruption Reporting & Heritage Centre. The ceremony saw 13 individuals, from both the public and private sectors, commended for rejecting bribes. Four police officers as well as several from various private companies were amongst those commended for standing up against corruption. Director CPIB Mr Denis Tang presented plaques to these individuals for their acts of integrity.
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.
On 9 January 2015, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) organised its inaugural Commendation Ceremony to recognise individuals who had exemplified integrity and rejected bribes. Their acts of integrity displayed their admirable courage and strong values in standing up for what they believe in. Recipients were invited to the CPIB for the Commendation Ceremony, and were presented with a plaque by Guest-of-Honour, Director CPIB, Mr Wong Hong Kuan.
On 18 September 2012, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau, the world’s oldest anti-corruption agency celebrated its 60th anniversary. Held at the Istana, this significant event was graced by Guests-of-Honour, Prime Minister, Mr Lee Hsien Loong, founding Prime Minister, the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew and Emeritus Senior Minister, Mr Goh Chok Tong. Three former Directors of the CPIB and retired officers also joined the serving officers in commemorating this occasion.