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International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre

The UK will work with others to establish an International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre and will provide people and resources to support it.

Country: UK

Status: complete

Themes: Law enforcement

Last updated: December 2020

Classification:

Concrete: Concrete | New: New | Ambitious: Ambitious

  • 3 Evidence:

    National Crime Agency

    UK National Anti-Corruption Strategy Year 1 Update, Page 15

    UK National Anti-Corruption Strategy Year 2 Update, Page 29

  • 2 Notes:

    The International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre (IACCC) was established in July 2017. The UK’s National Crime Agency will host the IACCC until 2021.

    - According to the UK Anti-Corruption Strategy: Year 1 Update, as a result of the work being done with nine agencies from different jurisdictions in the IACCC, “11 investigations have been progressed and, in one case, supported the arrest of a senior overseas government official suspected of corruption”.

    - The UK Anti-Corruption Strategy Year 2 Update states that the IACCC has now “worked on 27 cases and supported a number of high-profile arrests involving politicians and public officials across the world.”

    Updated: October 31, 2020

    The International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre was launched on 5 July 2017

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