SINGAPORE - A new Corruption Reporting Centre will be set up at the current Whitley Neighbourhood Police Post (NPP) for the public to lodge reports over suspected corrupt practices.
In a joint statement on Monday (Feb 22), the police and the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) revealed that the Whitley NPP will cease operations from Feb 29, and that the new centre will be open in December this year.
It is located in the central region of Singapore at 247 Whitley Road, and is near the Stevens MRT station on the Downtown Line.
Kampong Java Neighbourhood Police Centre and the Bukit Timah Neighbourhood Police Centre will take over as service points for residents in the vicinity.
The new reporting centre will also house CPIB's Heritage Gallery, which allows members of the public to learn more about Singapore's zero-tolerance stance on the issue of corruption.
CPIB said that the public can also continue to lodge reports at CPIB's headquarters at Lengkok Bahru, over the phone, or online at the bureau's website.