As one of the institutions tasked with eradicating non-corruption, of course the KPK cannot run alone. There is a vital role for the community in various disclosures of cases by the KPK. Indonesian people must rise up and take part in the fight against corruption. The community is an equal partner who is the eyes and ears of the KPK in its efforts to eradicate corruption. This vital role can be realized in the form of "public complaints".
For this reason, the Series 5 book “Community Complaints Indicated for Corruption Crimes (Tipikor)” explores in full the public complaints starting from the definition and legal basis, complaints procedures, to which officials or state administrators must be reported to the KPK. Thus, readers and training participants can understand and at the same time play an active role in submitting complaints to the KPK when they find out that there is a criminal act indicated by corruption.