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Run With Auditor General’s Leads – Anti-Corruption Advocate Wants Law-Enforcement Agencies To Scrutinise Departments’ Reports

A civil society group says it is not averse to the idea of introducing legislative changes to allow Auditor General Pamela Monroe Ellis to send her […]

February 13, 2020

Private Sector, Corruption Watchdogs Hail Christie’s Return

National Integrity Action (NIA), the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ), and the Jamaica Accountability Meter Portal (JAMP) have welcomed the appointment of Greg Christie to […]

February 13, 2020

NIA rejects claim it influenced Jamaica’s Corruption Perceptions Index drop

National Integrity Action has rubbished allegations that it is behind Jamaica’s fall in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released yesterday by Transparency International.

January 27, 2020

Munroe: Ja Could Slip Or Stagnate On Corruption Index – NIA Boss Says Not Enough…

Jamaica’s foremost anti-corruption non-governmental organisation, National Integrity Action (NIA), believes the country could further slip on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI) or stand still when […]

December 11, 2019

‘Not just the inner city that is to be raided’

ANTI-CORRUPTION watchdog Professor Trevor Munroe has labelled Wednesday a good day in the history of Jamaica, as a former Cabinet minister, a university professor, and three […]

October 11, 2019

Pot calling the kettle ‘selective’

Dear Editor, I write in reference to a letter by one Donald Gayle published in the Jamaica Observer, Friday, September 20, 2019, ‘Be less selective, Professor’.

September 25, 2019

NIA: Ja must tackle corruption head-on to achieve prosperity

Local corruption watchdog National Integrity Action (NIA) says the recent findings in the Global Corruption Barometer underline the serious challenges that Jamaica and the wider Caribbean […]

September 24, 2019

Crime Stop Adds Website To Anonymous Tipping Options

In an effort to boost its efforts in helping the police crack more cases, Crime Stop has created a website dedicated to collecting tips.

September 20, 2019