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  • karmayog - tanya
    http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/ ACB Citizens Charter 1. Services provided by the Bureau 2. Time Frame within which services will be provided after completion of
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 28, 2014
      http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/


      ACB Citizens Charter


      1. Services provided by the Bureau
      2. Time Frame within which services will be provided after completion of
      necessary paper work.
      3. Officer/Men who will be providing the required service
      4. If service not provided within stipulated time, the officer to whom
      complaint can be made and his office Tel.No




      1. Laying a trap when complaint against public servant demanding bribe is
      received.
      2. When a complaint of demand of bribe is received, a trap is laid against
      the public servant who has demanded bribe. After completion of
      investigation, a proposal seeking Sanction for Prosecution of the public
      servant, as required by the Prevention of Corruption Act, is sent to the
      government or Competent Authority. As soon as the Sanction Order is
      received, a charge sheet is filed in Special Court.
      3. Relevant Investigating Officer and or Head of Office.
      4. 1.Addl. Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, M.S., Mumbai, for
      Mumbai Thane and Pune Ranges. Tel No. 24963900
      2.Addl. Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, M.S. Mumbai, for rest
      of Maharashtra, i.e. Nanded, Nashik, Nagpur, Amravati and Aurangabad Ranges.
      Tel. No. 24953500.


      1. Assets Disproportionate to known sources of income amassed by Public
      Servant
      2. Bureau enquires into disproportionate assets amassed by the Public
      Servant following receipt of complaint or information. The enquiry into such
      matters may take 1 years time. If assets in excess of the legal means of
      the public servant are found, a FIR is filed by the Enquiry Officer against
      the Public Servant. Sanction for Prosecution of public servant is sought
      from the Government or Competent Authority after completion of
      Investigation. As soon as sanction order is received, a charge sheet is
      filed in court.
      3. Relevant Investigating Officer and Offic Head.
      4. 1.Addl. Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, M.S., Mumbai, for
      Mumbai Thane and Pune Ranges. Tel No. 24963900
      2.Addl. Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, M.S. Mumbai, for rest
      of Maharashtra, i.e. Nanded, Nashik, Nagpur, Amravati and Aurangabad Ranges.
      Tel. No. 24953500
    • karmayog - tanya
      http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/statistics2005.asp Sometimes, one finds it difficult to know what is a bribe and what is not. One is confused about whether the
      Message 2 of 6 , Jul 28, 2014
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        Sometimes, one finds it difficult to know what is a bribe and what is not.


        One is confused about whether the money being asked for by the government
        official is actually a fee for that service or is it a bribe?


        The Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra has compiled a department-wise list
        of the most common types of bribes that are asked for in various government
        departments.


        The comprehensive list (in Marathi) is available at
        http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/statistics2005.asp and is titled "Anti
        Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra - Suggestions to public regarding demands
        being made by public servants"


        So, the next time you are visiting a government office for some work, refer
        to this list and then go. And be sure of whether you are being asked for a
        bribe or not.


        And if it is a bribe, take the next step: Lodge a Complaint at
        http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/lodgecomplaints.asp
      • karmayog - tanya
        http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/messagefromdg.asp Welcome to Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra Message from DG The disastrous effects of corruption on our
        Message 3 of 6 , Jul 28, 2014
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          Welcome to Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra


          Message from DG


          The disastrous effects of corruption on our public life are clearly evident
          to all of us. We all wish to live in a corruption-free society. While there
          are adequate laws to punish the corrupt and agencies to investigate and
          prosecute the culprits, what is lacking is the will to come forward and
          fight corruption at all levels. Corruption has become an accepted part of
          life today. However, it is one of the main factors standing in the way of a
          higher standard of life for the common man. The problem therefore is who
          will bell the cat? While the investigative agencies can act on complaints
          given by citizens, there is a need for an equal partnership between
          Government and the citizens in the fight against corruption. Ultimately
          corruption can be eradicated only if civil society wills it so This website
          has been launched with the intention of bridging the gap between the
          citizens and the Anti-Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra in an interactive mode.
          It aims to inform the people about the functioning of the Bureau while at
          the same time being open to their suggestions and proposals. Requisite
          information regarding steps to be taken for lodging a complaint of
          corruption/bribery has been made available on the website for the use of
          citizens.
          We have taken this step hoping for wholehearted support from the
          public and we invite the citizens of Maharashtra to come forward and join us
          in large numbers in the fight against corruption.



          Praveen Dixit, IPS
        • karmayog - tanya
          http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/aboutus.asp Welcome to Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra About Us Our Vision, Mission and Strategy Vision To create a dynamic
          Message 4 of 6 , Jul 28, 2014
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            Welcome to Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra


            About Us


            Our Vision, Mission and Strategy


            Vision
            To create a dynamic and result oriented Anti Corruption system in terms of
            . Professionalism,
            . Effective implementation of Law,
            . Efficiency.


            Mission
            To effectively enforce Anti Corruption Laws with integrity & impartiality
            strive to achieve the highest standards in the duties we perform, the
            services we render & the professionalism we display.


            Strategy


            Focus Areas -
            . Exercising effective Corruption control,
            . Effective implementation of laws against corrupt officials,
            . Booking the corrupt elements & thereby preventing heavy loss to the State
            Exchequer,
            . Collecting intelligence with regard to Disproportionate Assets, Misuse of
            Powers i.e. Criminal Misconduct by Corrupt Government Officials,
            . Preventing & Detecting Corruption related crime.


            Values
            . Integrity : To maintain the high standards of Integrity through an
            unbiased application of policies & practices
            . Courtesy : To treat each member of the Public and their complaints with
            Respect, Courtesy & Compassion.
            . Efficiency : Be tough, assertive and appreciative of different
            perspectives to meet the specific needs of our mission.
            .
          • karmayog - tanya
            Detailed statistics about the work of the Anti Corruption Bureau is available at http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/statistics2008.asp These charts are updated
            Message 5 of 6 , Jul 28, 2014
              Detailed statistics about the work of the Anti Corruption Bureau is
              available at http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/statistics2008.asp


              These charts are updated regularly on a daily, weekly, monthly, etc. basis
              as needed.


              Do refer to the charts and data available to better understand how the Anti
              Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra works, and more importantly, to understand
              what are the bottlenecks faced by ACB.


              Statistics 2014


              Comparative Chart of Trap Cases Year 2013- 2014


              Daily Crime Report


              Trap, DPA & Misconduct cases registered


              Pending for permission of Open Enquiry with Government


              Cases pending for trial in various Special Courts in Maharashtra


              Cases decided by various Special Courts in Maharashtra


              Department wise proposals pending for prosecution sanction with Govt. /
              Competent Authority (As On 25/07/2014)
            • karmayog - tanya
              http://acbmaharashtra.gov.in/ Shri Praveen Dixit, I.P.S., is currently the Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra. Since Shri Dixit has taken
              Message 6 of 6 , Aug 1, 2014
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                Shri Praveen Dixit, I.P.S., is currently the Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra.


                Since Shri Dixit has taken over as D.G., ACB, he and his team have been extremely pro-active and are working to transform the Bureau's image, efficiency and effectiveness.


                You may have read in the papers, that from Jan. 2014 onwards, over 783 cases have been registered by the ACB, against government officials involved in corruption, and around 930 persons have been arrested, this being the highest number of cases and arrests to have ever been undertaken in such a short time frame.


                A number of other initiatives have also been initiated under Shri Dixit's leadership, such as:


                - launch and implementation of 1064 - a state-wise toll free number to complain against corruption or to seek information about corruption. The caller is connected with the closest local office of ACB for further action


                - launch of mobile vans of ACB that are stationed on various days outside different government departments and offices, with the objective of helping people to know how to lodge a complain, how to fight corruption, etc.


                - a completely re-vamped ACB website, with daily updates and statistics and extremely useful information about the number of trap cases, number of disproprtionate assets cases, including images of the arrested persons. The website contains details of all cases of the ACB, and where these cases are currently pending, e.g. with the respective government department for the necessary permission, or with the respective court, for hearing, etc. The statistics are a real eye-opener, as they immediately reveal why despite the ACB functioning at such an efficient and effective level, there are few convictions of corrupt officers.


                Shri Dixit has mentioned that he and his team are keen to engage with various groups and organisations of interested persons and stakeholders, to spread awareness about the ACB and to encourage people to come forward and complain.


                In his own words, "ACB wants to be flooded with complaints" and "complainants should approach ACB fearlessly".


                Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra,
                Sir Pochkhanwala Road,
                Worli Police Camp,
                Worli,
                Mumbai 400 030
                Tel: +91- 22 - 2492 1212
                Email: acbwebmail@...
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