Fight against Corruption

In order to secure transparent and anti-corruption environment, a system for making reports, also anonymous, about suspected corrupt conduct; the system may be used by both the employees and the public. The system provides a safe space and trustworthy tools for reporting the suspicions.

Reports should contain:

  • identification of persons suspected of corrupt conduct,
  •  detailed description of possible corrupt conduct,
  • specific evidence about the possible corrupt conduct,
  •  possible requirement for maintaining anonymity of the reporting person.

A reporting person can report the suspected corrupt conduct through:

  • telephone line of individual chief employees published on the Ministry of Justice ,
  • anti-corruption e-mail address korupce@msp.justice.cz,
  • postal address:

Ministerstvo spravedlnosti – odbor kontroly
Vyšehradská 16
128 00 Praha 2

Anti-Corruption Policy of High Public Prosecutor’s Office with Code of Ethics of Public Prosecutors and Code of Ethics of Public Prosecutor´s Employee (Czech only)

List of advisors and advisory bodies handles Prosecutor General´s Office (Czech only)

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