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Join us in Fighting Corruption

  • The CBI welcomes your suggestions and look forward to interacting with you through this site.

  • The CBI welcomes  information relating to corruption in Central Government departments and Central Public Sector Undertakings. The Website can be used to pass on the information.

  • The identity of the informants can be kept secret, if they so desire

  • Every State in India has at least one CBI office headed by a Superintendent of Police, where a signed complaint can be lodged. The complaint can be sent by post, fax or in person.

 
 
Select the Branch nearest to you for information on Corruption
 
 
 
As a matter of policy
The CBI does not entertain anonymous / pseudonymous complaints
The CBI does not take up investigation of conventional crimes like murder, theft, robbery etc. unless directed by the Supreme Court / High Courts or referred by State Governments.

This is because "police" is a State subject under the Indian Constitution and the basic jurisdiction to investigate crimes is that of State police. The CBI's power to investigate cases is derived from the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act. The CBI can investigate the offences notified under this Act in the Union Territories and with the consent of State Governments, in the States. Besides, since the CBI is a small force, administratively also it has not been considered expedient for the CBI to investigate the conventional crimes unless directed by the Supreme Court/High Courts or referred by State Governments.