In conjunction with International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December 2016, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) launched the Short Story Writing Competition #IfILiveInDarkness, which was opened
A new corporate social responsibility initiative undertaken by CPIB in 2016 was Meals-on-Wheels, an activity which requires volunteers to serve as food delivery providers such as “Deliveroo” or “foodpanda”. Touch Community Services (Touch), the organization which runs Meals-on-Wheels, require volunteers on a daily basis as they have homebound elderly who need lunch and dinner delivered to them at their homes.
From a corruption-rife mudflats to a modern metropolis known for its efficiency and incorruptibility, visit the CPIB Exhibition “Declassified - Corruption Matters” to gain insights into Singapore's battle against the venal. You will journey with the exhibition as it showcases how corruption-ridden Singapore transformed itself into the glistening nation that now ranks among the least corrupt countries in the world. You will be re-acquainted with our Founding Prime Minister, the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his vision in keeping Singapore corruption-free.
In 2013, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau held its inaugural Anti-Corruption Executive (ACE) Programme from 3 to 14 June. The programme was open to selected overseas and local participants for the purpose of bringing together academics and enforcement officers to share and discuss about the diverse challenges faced by anti-corruption agencies in a rapidly-changing socio-economic, political and legal environment.
CPIB constantly encourages its officers to contribute to the community and to reach out to the underprivileged. For many years, the Bureau has been organising yearly food distribution during Chinese New Year to distribute food and necessities to the underprivileged elderly in the Redhill estate which is located near to the CPIB.
On 13 January 2015, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) and the Civil Service College (CSC) jointly organised the Integrity In Action: Public Service Values Conference 2015. Held at Suntec City, the half-day Conference saw more than 600 public officers from all levels of the Public Service.
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.
Since 2011, the CPIB has been bringing cheer to underprivileged children from Beyond Social Services during the end-of-year Christmas period by organising activities and sponsoring small tokens to brighten up their holidays.
On 13 December 2014, the Bureau held its annual Roadshow at Toa Payoh’s HDB Hub Mall Atrium. Under the overarching theme of Unite Against Corruption: You are the Solution, more than 2,500 members of the public got the opportunity to learn more about corruption and how they could play a proactive role in combating corruption in Singapore.