On a global scale, corruption skews markets and disproportionately disadvantages the poorest people on the planet. Even in developed countries, corruption has the potential to undermine confidence in governments and economies.
Through the focussed objectives of detection, disruption and deterrence, anti-corruption agencies can help to strengthen corruption resistance and improve the integrity system.
The Corruption Prevention pages of this website provide insights into managing corruption risk.
While the key concepts are discussed within the frame of the Australian law enforcement environment, they may also be applied to other sectors or fields.
ACLEI's strategic purpose is to make it more difficult for corruption in law enforcement agencies to occur or remain undetected.
ACLEI's approach to corruption prevention is outlined in our Corruption Prevention Strategy: PDF