Anti-Corruption in the Law Enforcement Sector Project

Asst. Prof. Tiu leads Research Team of UP Law students in Anti-Corruption in the Law Enforcement Sector Project

On 13 December 2021, Assistant Professor Michael T. Tiu, Jr. presented the report and the findings of the research on anti-corruption gaps, issues, and best practices conducted by a team composed of UP College of Law students Franco Luis G. Lopez and Adrian Gabriel C. Padilla.

The Asia Foundation and the Office of the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs of the US Embassy in Manila organized the Anti-Corruption in PH Law Enforcement forum webinar in celebration of the International Anti-Corruption Day. The Research Team led by Asst. Prof. Tiu conducted research on corruption issues in the Philippine law enforcement sector, identified specific corrupt practices, analyzed gaps and anti-corruption mechanisms, and recommended paths toward better anti-corruption response in the sector.

The UP Law Research Team, commissioned by The Asia Foundation through its project lead UP Law Alumnus Guiller-Kristoffer Lamug, drafted a comprehensive report on corruption in the Philippine law enforcement sector and presented the report during the Forum Webinar attended by Sandiganbayan Justices, officers from the Office of the Ombudsman, the Department of Justice, the Bureau of Internal Revenue, the Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission, and other agencies with law enforcement functions.

The Research Team continues to work with the Foundation on the report which will be published in 2022.

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  • Post last modified:December 22, 2021