How to Report Corrupt Official’s/Employee’s under DOTr Zero Corruption

Philippines – The Department of Transportation (DOTr) launches a website called Zero Corruption where the public or local citizen can report or complaint corrupt officials or employee’s that works in the department itself and it covers also some government agencies that falls under the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC).

According to the law of DOTr “Zero Corruption” Government agencies directly attached under DOTr covers Government officials and employees working in airport, seaport, rail station and even those working in Land Transportation Office (LTO), Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and toll ways.

Complainants must submit evidence such as photos, videos and documents while their personal information will be kept secret. The DOTr starts the investigation of all the information given by the complainants and it will take 5 to 10 days. All complaints or reports must be reviewed accordingly.

The public is also warned to be vigilant of some alleged government officials asking money? If this case happens report immediately on the DOTr “Zero Corruption”.

Many government agencies in the past like LTO and LTRFB are linked to corruption due to the involvement of some of their official/employees having an illegal transaction with their fixers.

In fact, according to reports, about 20 employees, including some regional directors of LTO has already been relieved, 1 is suspended by the Ombudsman and 16 employees are under investigation all due to involvement in corruption while Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has suspended, terminated and resigned 41 employees due to involvement in corruption while 9 employees are still under investigation.

The report of corruption is expected to rise where the public can now report their sentiments and experience on some government agencies that taking advantage of their position to gain money in illegal ways.

All complainants must fill up a form located in the DOTr “Zero Corruption” Portal. Simply click the link to proceed on their website.