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What does the CPIB do?
The CPIB is the only agency that is authorised to investigate into corruption offences.
Besides investigating into corruption offences, the CPIB also aims to prevent corruption in both the public and private sectors.
I noticed that the CPIB also investigate non-corruption offences? Why is that so?
Under the Prevention of Corruption Act, Chapter 241, the CPIB is empowered to investigate non-corruption related seizable offences which are disclosed in the course of investigating corruption offences.
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.
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