ICAC Commissioner Mr Simon Peh Yun-lu today (June 24) called on members of the public to help spread the anti-corruption message in their families, at schools and work places as well as in their local communities.
A proprietor of an engineering company, charged by the ICAC, was today (June 22) convicted at the Fanling Magistracy of offering illegal rebates to obtain maintenance works at a residential estate.More
An Instructor of the Correctional Services Department (CSD) and four prisoners, charged by the ICAC, were today (June 22) sentenced to jail terms up to 11 months at the District Court for misconduct in public office (MIPO) and conspiracy to defraud the CSD in relation to bogus prison visits respectively.More
A defeated candidate of the 2015 Yau Tsim Mong District Council (DC) Election (Tsim Sha Tsui Central Constituency), charged by the ICAC, today (June 21) admitted at the West Kowloon Magistracy that he had published election advertisements – five banners and 1,000 leaflets, which included false claims of support.More
Members of the public today (June 17) were guided through the many facilities at the ICAC Building in North Point to learn first-hand about Hong Kong’s anti-corruption journey and the latest graft-fighting initiatives through film footage, exhibition and special displays.
A defeated candidate of the 2015 Kowloon City District Council (DC) Election (To Kwa Wan North Constituency) appeared at the Kwun Tong Magistracy today (June 15) after being charged by the ICAC with failing to lodge an election return as required by the Elections (Corrupt and Illegal Conduct) Ordinance (ECICO).More
The Court of Final Appeal (CFA) today (June 14) unanimously upheld the convictions of a former Chief Secretary for Administration (CS), two former senior members of a listed company and a businessman on one count of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office (MIPO).More
A director of a manufacturing company (Company A) was brought to the Fanling Magistracy today (June 7) after being charged by the ICAC with offering a mobile phone and a bribe of 9,999 Renminbi twice to an employee of a bank for assisting him in opening an account for his company.More
A former quantity surveyor of a term contractor (Company A) of the Architectural Services Department (ArchSD) appeared at the Kowloon City Magistracy today (June 6) after being charged by the ICAC with conspiracy to defraud the ArchSD of about $3.9 million worth of works orders in relation to two projects – Kai Tak Development Area and New Central Harbourfront.More
ICAC Commissioner Mr Simon Peh Yun-lu today (June 2) led a delegation to visit anti-corruption and law enforcement agencies in Hangzhou and Beijing to foster exchanges and cooperation in the fight against corruption.More