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  • 1 Current: UPA / Liaison officer details
  • 2 Complainant and witness details
  • 3 Subject details
  • 4 Matter details
  • 5 Agency response and capacity
  • 6 Evidence
  • 7 Review
  • 8 Complete

UPA / Liaison officer details

If you are making contact in relation to an existing notification, please contact us by phone or email with your relevant reference ID.

Units of public administration (UPAs) must notify the CCC of any reasonable suspicion of corrupt conduct, in accordance with ss. 38 or 40 of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (having regard to ss. 14 and 15 of the Act). There is no requirement to conduct preliminary inquiries or provide evidence of a particular standard.