On the 1st of March 2017, colleagues from the Central Anticorruption Bureau (in Polish “Centralne biuro antykorupcyjne“) visited Special Investigation Service of the Republic of Lithuania.
During this visit, Mr. Ernest Bejda, head of the Central Anticorruption Bureau, and other 7 (seven) high-ranking officials, where introduced about Lithuanian anti-corruption experience. The main discussion was held on criminal intelligence, analytical work, corruption prevention and international cooperation in the framework of development cooperation.
The Central Anticorruption Bureau is special institution in Poland, established in 2006. The main tasks of the Central Anticorruption Bureau are the fight against corruption, management and control of secret information, security of telecommunications, internal security and etc. There are more than 880 officials and public servants in the Central Anticorruption Bureau.