Many people wonder how the KPK can catch bribery/extortion practices, or where the KPK can sniff out corruption when it hasn't happened yet. Does the KPK have thousands of cameras that monitor all officials in this country every day? Or are there millions of microphones eavesdropping on conversations during the procurement process across regions?
The success of the KPK in catching corruptors is the result of public participation and concern in reporting corruption cases. The KPK really expects the participation of the community to provide access to information or reports of alleged corruption crimes (TPK) that occurred in the vicinity. Valid information accompanied by strong supporting evidence will greatly assist the KPK in resolving a corruption case.
FORMS OF CORRUPTION
- Acts against the law, enriching other people/agencies that are detrimental to the state's finances/economics
- Abusing authority due to position/position that can harm the state's finances/economy
- Embezzlement in office
- Blackmail in office
- Criminal acts related to chartering
- Gratification offense De
KPK CAN HANDLE
KPK COMPLAINTS SERVICE
- Involving law enforcement officers, state administrators, and other people who are related to criminal acts of corruption committed by law enforcement officers or state administrators;
- With regard to state financial losses of at least Rp. 1,000,000,000 (one billion rupiah).
The public can submit complaints to the KPK by mail, in person, telephone, facsimile, SMS, or the KPK Whistleblower's System (KWS). The follow-up to the handling of the report is highly dependent on the quality of the report submitted.
KPK WHISTLEBLOWER'S SYSTEM (KWS)
Apart from mail, in-person visits, telephone, facsimile, and SMS, the public can also submit reports of alleged TPK online, namely through the KPK Whistleblower's System (KWS).
Through this facility, the confidentiality of the reporter is guaranteed from the possibility of revealing his identity to the public. In addition, through this facility, the reporter can also actively participate in monitoring the progress of the report submitted by opening a confidential communication box without worrying that his identity will be known by others.
All you have to do is visit the KPK website: www.kpk.go.id, then select the "KPK Whistleblower's System" menu, or directly access it via: http://kws.kpk.go.id.
There are several things that need to be considered in submitting a report to the KPK, which includes the requirements and completeness of the report. This is because a complete report will make it easier for the KPK to process its follow-up.
GOOD REPORT/COMPLAINTS FORMAT
- Complaints submitted in writing
- Equipped with the identity of the reporter consisting of: name, complete address, occupation, telephone number, photocopy of ID card, etc
- Chronology of alleged corruption crimes
- Equipped with appropriate preliminary evidence
- The value of the loss and the type of corruption: loss of state finances/bribery/extortion/embezzlement
- Source of information for in-depth
- Information if the case has been handled by law enforcement
- Report/complaint not published
EARLY EVIDENCE SUPPORTING REPORT
Initial supporting evidence that needs to be submitted includes:
- Proof of transfer, check, proof of deposit, and bank statement
- Investigation audit report
- Documents and/or records related to the request for funds
- Contracts, inspection reports, and proof of payment
- Documentation picture
- Letters, disposition of orders
- Proof of ownership
- Information source identity
PROTECTION FOR Whistleblowers
If you have information or evidence of corruption, don't hesitate to report it to the KPK. Confidentiality of the reporter's identity is guaranteed as long as the reporter does not self-publish the report.
If the protection of confidentiality is still considered lacking, the KPK can also provide physical security according to the request of the complainant.