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What is a seizable offence?
Seizable offences refer to offences where the persons committing the offences can be arrested without a warrant of arrest. Non-seizable offences are those where a warrant of arrest has to be obtained before the arrest can be made.
How do I check if there are any job vacancies at the CPIB?
Available positions will be published on the Careers@Gov portal. If you are interested in any of the available positions, please submit your application via the Careers@Gov portal.
How do I make a corruption report?
The CPIB takes a serious view of any corrupt practices in Singapore and will not hesitate to take action against any parties involved in corrupt practices. We strongly encourage those with information about corruption to use the following channels to reach us:
a) Come down personally or write to us at 2 Lengkok Bahru, Singapore 159047
b) Call CPIB Duty Officer at 1800-376-0000;
c) Lodge an
d) Email us at:
e) Fax to us at: 6270 0320
Is it compulsory to provide my name and particulars when I lodge a corruption complaint with the CPIB?
No. You may remain anonymous if you so wish. The CPIB looks into all corruption complaints, including anonymous ones.
Who should I approach when I arrive at the CPIB?
Please approach the Guard Room upon arrival at the CPIB. Advise the security officer at the Guard Room that you are here to lodge a corruption complaint, and he will direct you accordingly.
You will be required to produce your National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) or any identification pass for registration.
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