A former technician of a property management company (Company A) and a director of a lighting equipment supplier (Company B) have been charged by the ICAC today (June 29) with respectively conspiracy to defraud the company of over $170,000 worth of purchase orders for lighting equipment, and bribing the former technician with about $50,900 to secure its purchase orders.More
The ICAC’s Regional Office (Kowloon East/Sai Kung) has opened its door at a new premises in Kowloon Bay and will continue to partner with the local communities to promote the anti-graft message and further entrench a probity culture.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) today (June 17) hosted its first-ever youth fest to galvanise the youngsters to spread positive values, showcase their visions of a clean society and press home the probity message through photography and an array of creative art and craft activities.
A member of the Wong Tai Sin District Council (DC) has been charged by the ICAC today (June 13) with defrauding the Home Affairs Department (HAD) of reimbursement of his part-time assistant’s salary payments totalling $15,000.More
A former merchandiser and a former contractor of a sportswear company (Company A) appeared in the Kwun Tong Magistracy today (June 5) after being charged by the ICAC with respectively defrauding the company of $1.5 million worth of visual advertising contracts and using a copy of a false reference letter to get employment from it, and bribing the former merchandiser to secure its contract.More
A tutor of a tutorial school (Company A), a former Invigilator and two former Oral Examiners of the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) have been charged by the ICAC today (June 4) for their alleged roles in illegally accessing their smartphones to send and receive confidential information and questions of the 2016 and 2017 Chinese language examinations of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE).More
A former negotiator of an estate agency (Company A) appeared in the Eastern Magistracy today (June 1) after being charged by the ICAC with accepting illegal commissions totalling over $22,500 in relation to overseas property transactions.More
An ICAC delegation led by Commissioner Mr Simon Peh Yun-lu today (May 31) commenced an official visit to call on anti-corruption and law enforcement authorities in Beijing and Guangdong, including the newly established National Supervisory Commission.More
A man, charged by the ICAC, was today (May 28) sentenced to four months’ imprisonment at the Eastern Magistracy for breaching the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance (POBO) by disclosing the identity of a person under ICAC investigation and details of such investigation.More