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What is Corruption?

What is the Corruption Prevention Act 2000?

Why am I required to le a statutory declaration?

Who are considered as public servants?

If my post is not gazette, my total emoluments is less than $2 million and I was noti ed to le a statutory declaration, should I continue
to le a statutory declaration annually?

When am I required to le my rst statutory declaration?

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If I retire/resign from the public service, when should I le my last declaration?

Where should I le my statutory declaration?

What information should I include in my statutory declaration?

What are the penalties if a public servant fails to le a statutory declaration or makes a false statement in any declaration?

Can the public see statutory declarations or other information declared?

Is there a statute of limitation on the declaration of assets and liabilities by public of cer?

If not already led, is my 2003 declaration still outstanding?

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Ministry of Justice, Jamaica
Commerce Gate
61 Constant Spring Road
Kingston 10
P: (1 876) 906 - 4923
Website: www.moj.gov.jm

Af liated Ministries

Ministry of National Security

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Finance and Planning

Other Useful Links

Laws of Jamaica

Supreme Court of Jamaica

Court of Appeal Jamaica

Of ce of the Contractor General

Of ce of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Jamaica Information Service

Address
Commission for the Prevention of Corruption
45-47 Barbados Ave, 2nd Floor
Kingston 5, Jamaica
Phone: (876) 968-6227; (876) 960-0470
Fax: (876) 960-5617

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Last Updated: Thursday 15th February 2018

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