Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission gathers information on corruption occurring in Government and the public Sector from a variety of sources. These sources include members of the public, heads of government departments and agencies, officials working in both the public and private sectors and the media.
Information can be provided to EACC in writing, by telephone or by presenting it personally to the Commission's Report Centre at Integrity Centre in Nairobi and and other Regional Offices (Mombasa, Eldoret, Kisumu, Nyeri and Garissa). The Commission's contact details are listed below.
One can also pass on information anonymously to the Commission through the Anonymous Whistleblower's System on this Website.
Members of the public are assured that all the information provided to the Commission is treated with the utmost confidentiality to ensure protection to those who provide information to EACC.
EACC, Report Center
Ground Floor, Integrity center,
Valley Road/Milimani Road Junction.
3rd Floor, ACK Mombasa Memorial Cathedral Complex, Nkrumah Road Mombasa
Jubilee Insurance Building 3rd Floor,
Oginga Odinga Street Kisumu
Imperial Court Building ‘’ Wing A’’
Uganda Road Eldoret
Advocates Plaza, next to law courts and lands office Nyeri
Province Road next to Government Guest House opposite Almond Hotel Garissa
By Phone (Hot Line)/ Fax
020 2717468 (Phone - Nairobi)
020 2717473 (Fax - Nairobi)
041 - 2319081 / 2319082 (Phone - Mombasa)
041 2319083 (Fax - Mombasa)
(057) 2023111(Phone - Kisumu)
057- 2023555 (Fax - Kisumu)
(053 ) 2033630 / 2033633
Mobile No. 0703- 602727 ; 0789- 776600 (Phone - Eldoret)
Mobile No. 0703-204580; 0789-665500 (Phone - Nyeri)
(046) - 210 2100 / 210 2200
Mobile No. 0729- 480 404; 0737- 994 444 (Phone - Garissa)
P.O. Box 61130 00200
Nairobi , Kenya
P.O.BOX 82351 - 80100
Mombasa , Kenya
P.O. BOX 9387- 30100
P.O. BOX 1724 – 10100
P.O. BOX 1510 – 70100
What happens to the information I provide?
All complaints and reports received by the Commission undergo a rigorous process of analysis. In considering how a report is handled and eventually disposed of, the Commission is guided by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Act (2011).
The Commission may decide to investigate a report based on the whether the alleged offences falls and the Anti-Corruption Act and whether, in the Commission's estimation, it is worth being investigated.
Reports which are found to fall under the Commission's jurisdiction are investigated by the Commission's Directorate of Investigations and Asset Tracing, or the Commission may decide to undertake education or preventive work.
Reports which disclose offences which do not fall under the Commission's mandate, as stipulated under the Anti-Corruption Act, are referred to the appropriate Government Departments and Agencies for action. This is provided for in the Anti-Corruption Act. However, the Commission makes follow ups to ensure that action is taken on these reports.
Following the competition of an investigation, EACC forwards the Investigation File, with appropriate recommendations, to the Attorney General, who conducts the prosecutions.