Welcome to Anti-Corruption Commission, Sierra Leone
War on Corruption: Welcome to the website of the Anti-Corruption Commission of Sierra Leone. The Commission provides the lead in the crusade against corruption in Sierra Leone and partners with other key institutions to prevent, eradicate and/or suppress corruption and corrupt practices.
We take a three pronged approach – prevention, education and prosecution – in the fight against corruption. But we cannot do it alone. We require the support of the general populace in this fight.
It is my hope that this website will help you gain a better understanding of the work of the Commission. It contains a number of very interesting features and articles.
Please take time to browse through and send us your comments and feedback to help make it better and to help us in our work.
NewsACC COMMISSIONER ATTENDS 7TH SESSION MEETING OF THE IMPLEMENTATION GROUP OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST CORRUPTION.
The Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Ady Macauley from Monday 20th to Friday 24th June 2016 attended a meeting in Vienna, Austria on the country review process of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). The Conference which aimed at providing opportunity to countries, laid bare strides made in the implementa
YONI CHIEFDOM EMBRACES ANTI-CORRUPTION FIGHT.
Public engagement is one of the leading strategies employed by the Ant-Corruption Commission (ACC) in tackling corruption in Sierra Leone. As such, the ACC Northern Regional Office held outreach meeting with the people of Yoni Bana, at the Court Barray, Yoni Chiefdom, Tonkolili District.
Dilating on the rationale of the meeting, ACC's S
WANTED - MICHAEL A. WAI
MICHAEL A. WAI, Head Teacher of Bauya D.E.C. Primary School, Mattru, Bonthe District, is wanted by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to assist with an ongoing investigation.
Any person who knows the whereabouts of MICHAEL A. WAI should advise him to report to the nearest Police Station or call the ACC on the following numbers: 077-
WANTED - KOJO EMMANUEL MUSA
KOJO EMMANUEL MUSA of No.15, Trelawney Street, Murray Town, Freetown, Sierra Leone, an employee of Cape Community Primary School, Aberdeen, Freetown is declared WANTED by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to assist with an ongoing investigation.
Any person who knows the whereabouts of KOJO EMMANUEL MUSA should advise him to report t
COLLECTIVE EFFORT TO END CORRUPTION - A MUST
Like many other institutions in Sierra Leone, the Anti-Corruption Commission is a brain child of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) which recommended the establishment of a body that would address corruption singled out as one of the major causes of the decade long civil war. Consequently, the Anti-Corruption Commissio