Anti-Bribery and Corruption Strategy Consultation

Closed 19 Apr 2022

Opened 4 Mar 2022

Feedback updated 12 Jul 2022

We asked

We asked for views and evidence regarding the draft Anti-Bribery and Corruption Strategy.

You said

We received around 50 responses.

The comments received, where respondents have given their permission to publish them anonymously, and the response those comments can be found in the consultation response document attached.

We did

The Strategy will be moved at the July sitting of Tynwald.

Results updated 12 Jul 2022



The Cabinet Office seeks input and feedback in relation to the Draft Isle of Man Anti-Bribery and Corruption Strategy.

Why your views matter

The Anti-Bribery and Corruption Strategy sets out a framework for the Isle of Man’s response to the threats posed by bribery and corruption. 

The Strategy sets out a Vision for the Island as a jurisdiction that protects people from bribery and corruption and where everyone understands their role in recognising and preventing the threats and harms arising from these offences.  The Vision is expressed through three statements.

In the Isle of Man:

  1. We all recognise and identify bribery and corruption when we see it;
  2. We have clear, confidential and accessible reporting channels for suspicions of bribery and corruption;
  3. We utilise a robust response to bribery and corruption that is coordinated and underpinned by best practice.

The purpose of this consultation is to gather views and feedback to ensure that the Strategy delivers a robust, coordinated and Island-wide response.

This Consultation is purely voluntary and does not require anyone to give their name or identify where they work, live, study or go to school.

You should, however be aware that there are a number of free text boxes in the questionnaire. Any personal data disclosed through these fields will be sanitised and made anonymous as the Consultation does not require any personal data to meet its objectives. All data received will be dealt with in accordance with the Cabinet Office's Privacy Notice.


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