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Web Accessibility Conformance Statement - The ICAC is committed to ensuring that its websites conform to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA requirements to the maximum extent possible. However, as this website contains archive materials (PDF files) that are not frequently used, not all level accessibility features have been incorporated. For enquiry, please email us at <icacbm@icac.org.hk>. We will try our best to provide the information to you.
 

 

ICAC Services

ICAC Services In collaboration with related government departments and organisations, the ICAC enhances public awareness of the importance of integrity building management and equip office bearers of owners’ corporations, property owners and building management personnel with the necessary knowledge and skills in managing the corruption risks through:

  • Talks and district seminars
  • Toolkits, training videos, exhibitions and pamphlets
  • Integrity Building Management Enquiry Hotline: 2929 4555
  • Corruption reporting


For details, please click here.



* Notes:
Experience shows that quite a number of complaints are due to misunderstanding as a result of a lack of transparency in building management and communication or trust among property owners and their management bodies or service providers. Thus, if you have any doubt or dissatisfaction about the management of your building, you should consider clarifying the issue with the OC first. This may save a lot of trouble, and your suggestions may improve the relevant work and enhance mutual understanding. However, if you discover any corrupt act, you should report it immediately to the ICAC without hesitation, because tolerating such act may lead to huge losses or to being accused of collusion. All information provided to the ICAC will be treated in the strictest confidence. However, anyone who wilfully makes a false report to mislead ICAC officers will breach Section 13B of the Independent Commission Against Corruption Ordinance and the maximum penalty is imprisonment for one year and a fine of $20,000.