Corruption has been described as “the abuse of entrusted power for private gain”. Read about the CCC's role as an anti-corruption body
Advice and resources to help you write your complaint.
What you can expect from us when you make a complaint, including timelines
The CCC assesses every complaint it receives to decide how serious it is, whether it warrants investigation, how quickly it must be actioned and who is best placed to investigate it
To fight corruption, the CCC works closely with public sector agencies
Respecting confidentiality is central to a fair complaints process