Male', Republic of Maldives
When there is reasonable ground to believe that a person has committed an act of corruption, a complaint could be submitted to the Commission. The complainant need not disclose his/her name and address, however if the substantial information of the case and the details of the complainant is provided, then communicating back to the complainant by ACC will make the investigation easier and will provide more weightage to the complaint submitted.
When there is reasonable ground to believe that a person is involving in an act of corruption, a complaint could be submitted to the Commission. The complaint submitted to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), must be an act of corruption that took place after August 31, 2000.
Whistleblowing is a term used when a person passes information on corruption to the authorities concerned. Anti-Corruption Commission has been implementing a Whistleblower Protection Policy since 13 October 2016.
Policy provides protection to the whistleblower if the person has lodged a complaint as per the policy with the appropriate information of the allegation. To get the protection, as per the policy, the person must disclose the name and contact details.
For further details please refer the policy provided in the link.