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In accordance to the establishment of the MACC, five external oversight bodies were formed as a check and balance mechanism to monitor the MACC’s roles and functions.

The formation of the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board (ACAB), the Special

In accordance with the establishment of MACC, five external oversight bodies are formed as a check and balance mechanism to monitor MACC’s roles and functions.

The formation of the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board (ACAB), the Special Committee on Corruption (SCC) and Complaints Committee (CC) is made through the provision of the law while the Operations Review Panel (ORP) as well as the Consultation and Corruption Prevention Panel (CCPP) are established through administrative order.

These five entities are responsible for ensuring that MACC performs its duties in an independent, transparent and professional manner. The mechanism assists in fulfilling the public’s expectations towards the Commission’s independence, efficiency, effectiveness, transparency and accountability in executing its designated legal obligations. The check and balance mechanism will contribute towards creating a positive perception towards MACC and the Government, in addition to facilitating the efforts in gaining public support and cooperation in combating corruption, abuse of power and malpractice.

Members of these independent bodies represent the general public and comprise of senior ex-government officials, politicians (government and opposition), professionals from the business and corporate sector, academicians, lawyers and well-respected individuals.

Special Committee on Corruption

Special Committee on Corruption

The Committee is set up by the provision of law under section 14 of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Act 2009 (Act 694). The members of the SCC are appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, who shall be drawn from both the members of the Senate and the House of Representatives. The said section had also stated that none of whom shall be a member of the administration.

Terms of Reference of the Special Committee on Corruption

  1. To advise the Prime Minister on any aspect of the problem of corruption in Malaysia;
  2. To examine the annual report of the Commission;
  3. To examine the comments of the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board as to the exercise by the Commission of its functions under this Act; and
  4. To seek clarifications and explanations on the annual report of the Commission and the comments of the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board.

Members of the Special Committee on Corruption
**No latest information available.

 

Secretariat to the Special Committee on Corruption
Level 20, Block C, MACC Headquarters,
No. 2, Lebuh Wawasan, Presint 7,
62250 Putrajaya.
E-mel: sekretariat.jkmr@sprm.gov.my
Tel: +603-8870 0013 / AC Mohd Sharip bin Adam

Anti-Corruption Advisory Board

Anti-Corruption Advisory Board (ACAB) 

The Anti-Corruption Advisory Board (ACAB) is set up by the provision of law under section 13 of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 (Act 694).

The members of ACAB are appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong among individuals whom have rendered distinguished public service or have achieved distinction in their professions. 

The Chief Commissioner of MACC shall be appointed as an ex-officio member of ACAB as provisioned under section 13(2) (b) of the said Act.

Terms Of Reference Anti-Corruption Advisory Board (ACAB) :-

  1. To advise the Commission on any aspect of the corruption problem in Malaysia;
  2. To advise the Commission on policies and strategies of the Commission in its efforts to eradicate corruption;
  3. To receive, scrutinize and endorse proposals from the Commission towards the efficient and effective running of the Commission;
  4. To scrutinize and endorse resource needs of the Commission to ensure its effectiveness;
  5. To scrutinize the annual report of the Commission before its submission to the Special Committee on Corruption; and
  6. To submit its comments to the Special Committee on Corruption as to the exercise by the Commission of its functions under this Act.

 

 

Members of the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board (ACAB)
**No latest information available.

 
Secretariat to the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board
Level 20, Block C, MACC Headquarters
No. 2, Lebuh Wawasan, Presint 7,
62250 Putrajaya.
Email: sekretariat.lppr@sprm.gov.my
Tel: +603-8870 0715 / Supt. Sharimah binti Mat Zin

Complaints Committee

Complaints Committee (CC)

The Committee is formed by the provision of law under section 15 of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 (Act 694) with the members duly appointed by the Minister.

 

Terms Of Reference Complaints Committee (CC):-

  1. To monitor the handling by the Commission of complaints of misconduct which is non-criminal in nature against officers of the Commission; and
  2. To identify any weaknesses in the work procedures of the Commission which might lead to complaints and where it considers appropriate to make such recommendations as to the work procedures of the Commission as it deems fit.
 
Members of the Complaints Committe (CC)
**
No latest information available.
 
Secretariat to the Complaints Committee
Level 12, Block A, MACC Headquarters,
No. 2, Lebuh Wawasan,
Precint 7,
62250 Putrajaya.
Email: sekretariat.ja@sprm.gov.my
Tel: +603-8891 1784 / CSASupt. Norsimah binti Abdul Ghani

Consultation and Corruption Prevention Panel

Consultation And Corruption Prevention Panel (CCPP) 

The Consultation and Corruption Prevention Panel is appointed administratively by the Prime Minister among individuals who represent various civil societies and organizations such as academician, business community, religious figure, media expert and social activist that can assist the MACC towards its objective of inculcating hatred against corruption among the society at large.

 

Terms Of Reference Consultation and Corruption Prevention Panel (CCPP):- 

  1. To advise the Commission, in enhancing the effectiveness of inspection and consulting activities upon the practices, systems and work procedures of both the public and private sectors  which may be conducive to the occurrence of corruption;
  2. To advise the Commission, in enhancing the effectiveness of public education activities towards increasing the awareness on corruption and support on anti-corruption efforts;
  3. To advise the Commission, in enhancing the effectiveness of anti-corruption activities through the mechanism of strengthening integrity in both the public and private sector;
  4. To advise the Commission on some of the best practices in the fields related to the implementation of consultation and anti-corruption activities;
  5. To assist the Commission as the key communicator in garnering support from the public, the media and the sectors identified towards the prevention efforts by the Commission; and 
  6. To submit its comments on the Commission’s undertaking of its function on consultation and anti-corruption under the MACC Act 2009 to the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board.

 

Members of the CCPP for session August 15, 2017 - August 14, 2019 are as follows :
  1. YBhg. Tan Sri Ismail Adam (Chairman)
  2. YBhg. Tan Sri Profesor Dato’ Dr. T. Marimuthu
  3. YBhg. Tan Sri Tang Yeam Soon
  4. YBhg. Datuk Abdul Aziz Ishak
  5. YBhg. Datuk Hasmi bin Hasnan
  6. YBhg. Datuk Baljit Singh Sidhu
  7. YBhg. Datuk Md. Yusof bin Md. Aslam
  8. YBhg. Dato’ Wan Mohamad bin Dato’ Sheikh Abd. Aziz
  9. YBhg. Dato’ V. Danapalan
  10. YBhg. Datin Dr. Amla binti Hj. Mohd Salleh
  11. YBhg. Dato' Dr. Nasharudin bin Mat Isa
  12. YBrs. Profesor Dr. Mohamed Hatta Shaharom

 

Secretariat to the Consultation And Corruption Prevention Panel (CCPP)
Level 12, Block B, MACC Headquarters,
No. 2, Lebuh Wawasan, Presint 7,
62250 Putrajaya.
E-mail: sekretariat.pppr@sprm.gov.my 
Tel: +603-8891 1414 /  SAC Mohamad Tarmize bin Abdul Manaf
 

Operations Review Panel

Operations Review Panel (ORP)

The Operations Review Panel (ORP) is appointed administratively by the Prime Minister among experts who represent relevant professions and whom can represent the quality of integrity and independence of the Commission. The ORP shall act as the check and balance mechanism for ongoing cases and on reasons regarding actions upon cases to be prosecuted or no charges are preferred. The ORP may also present its views to the MACC on cases if further clarifications are needed

 

Terms of Reference of the Operations Review Panel (ORP) 

  1. To receive and seek clarification regarding statistics of Investigation Papers opened by the Commission;
  2.  To receive and scrutinise reports from the Commission regarding Investigation Papers exceeding 12 months of investigation;
  3. To receive report from the Commission regarding all cases where suspects arrested are released on bail bond by the Commission exceeding six months;
  4. To receive reports on closure of Investigation Papers and to advise:
    1. on improving investigations due to weaknesses;
    2. on reviewing whether further investigation is required; and
  5. To scrutinise, examine and endorse proposals to enhance the Commission’s investigation operations to the Anti-Corruption Advisory Board.

 

Members of the ORP for August 15, 2017 - August 14, 2019 session are as follows: 

  1. YBhg. Tan Sri Zaleha binti Zahari (Chairman)
  2. YBhg. Tan Sri Ismail bin Omar
  3. YBhg. Datuk Azizan bin Abdul Rahman
  4. YBhg. Profesor Madya Dato’ Dr. Mohammad Agus bin Yusoff
  5. YBhg. Dato’ Dr. Siti Mariam binti Che Ayub
  6. YBhg. Datuk Selva Mookiah
  7. YBrs. Professor Dr. Yap Bee Wah

 

Secretariat to the Operations Review Panel
Level 17, Block C, MACC Headquarters
No. 2, Lebuh Wawasan, Presint 7,
62250 Putrajaya.
E-mail: allppo@sprm.gov.my
Tel: +603-8870 0229 / SASupt. Noor Zaini binti Zakaria
Fax: +603-8870 0909

 

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