Saturday, May 13, 2006

FBI Site to Report Corrupt Civil Servants

The FBI is tired of corruption in government. It's hard to blame them with the amount of it recently reported in the news.

In their own words from the FBI site:

Public corruption is one of the FBI’s top investigative priorities—behind only terrorism, espionage, and cyber crimes. Why? Because our democracy and national security depend on a healthy, efficient, and ethical government. Public corruption can impact everything from how well our borders are secured and our neighborhoods protected…to verdicts handed down in courts of law…to the quality of our roads and schools. Here you can find more information on how we investigate cases of corruption across all levels of government and details on our strong national program to address these crimes.

To go directly to where you can report public corruption, link here.

You can also report dishonest "public sector" activity with a simple telephone call. A list of telephone numbers can be obtained, here.

On their main site, there a a list of stories referencing the prosecution of corrupt civil servants. These can be viewed by clicking on the title of this post.

Remember that when someone in the government steals, it's our tax money that is being abused and with looming deficits, we need every dollar going where it is supposed to.

After all, tax money is for the good of the people and that is all of us!

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