The Community Relations Department makes broad use of the mass and new media to enhance ICAC's transparency and publicises anti-corruption messages to different segments of the society.
Anti-corruption messages are disseminated through TV and radio advertisements, posters and the internet. The TV drama series "ICAC Investigators" has become a household title.
Main Website is in place to provide the public with the latest news of the Commission, information on corruption prevention, and access to the ICAC audio-visual products and other publications.
Website for Teenagers: the ICAC instils a sense of integrity in the daily lives of youngsters through ICAC knowledge, online games, animation and comics in the youth website "iTeen Camp" (in Chinese only).
「香港廉政公署」WeChat Account (in Chinese only)
The "Hong Kong ICAC" Facebook Fanpage leverages strengths of online and offline initiatives to enlist public support and foster a probity culture in Hong Kong.
Greedy_kin, a lazy and greedy sloth, is an icon for ICAC’s Instagram account. It arouses resonance amongst youngsters with hot topics in daily lives. From its bad examples, our young target audience could reflect upon their behaviours, make self-examination and build positive values.
The ICAC Drama Weibo (in Chinese only) tweets about integrity-related issues to educate the general public on the evils of corruption.