Corruption and Crime in Malaysia: Perception or Reality?

AKHBAR SATAR is the President of Transparency International Malaysia (2013-2019) and the founder and President of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – Malaysia Chapter since 2003. With more than three decades of investigative experience , he is a Certified Fraud Examiner, Forensic Polygraph Examiner and has held a Director position during his 18 years in the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (MACC) and its predecessor, the Anti-Corruption Agency. On the academic side, Akhbar has an MA in Criminal Justice Studies from the University of Detroit and is currently the Senior Fellow and the Director of the Institute of Crime and Criminology established by HELP University Kuala Lumpur. He is also a full member of the American Polygraph Association, a member of the International Association of Crime Analysts, an Associate member of the Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers and member of Malaysian Institute of Integrity.

Akhbar & Associates (2018)
327 pages
ISBN 9789671408513

RM45.00

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Corruption and Crime in Malaysia: Perception or Reality?

The author is a criminologist, crime analyst, and former graft-buster who highlights the evils of graft and crime, how to detect, deter and measure it, and offers solutions to curb and prevent it.

Various criminological theories are discussed as we get introduced to, in an easy to understand and unbiased manner, the real situation of corruption and crime in Malaysia. Corruption and crime in Malaysia provides the glaring instances of corruption investigations and prosecutions amongst public servants and politicians involving famous cases such as 1MDB, SRC, FELDA scandals, Tabung Haji, Sabah Water scandal and the issues of money laundering, assets declaration, political donation, kleptocracy, polygraph testing and the general election.

Corruption and Crime in Malaysia: Perception or Reality? provides insight into causes of crime, its criminals and victims such as delinquency, drug smuggling, addiction, human trafficking, terrorism and the various punishments for such crimes. The apex of any fight against corruptions and crime has to do with ‘tone at the top’ and the political integrity amongst all political leaders and public servants.

The need is for all high-level principles of integrity and transparency in governance. People see corruption and crime at the highest levels taking place without anyone being prosecuted whilst the whistle-blowers are in fact punished. Indeed this book is most welcomed at this pivotal time of our rakyat of the gravity of where we are now but more importantly it also tells how we can find hope in making it right – it is not too late if we act now.

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2 reviews for Corruption and Crime in Malaysia: Perception or Reality?

  1. Rahim

    Excellent book. Datuk Seri Akhbar a criminologist discussed issue relating investigation of 1MDB and SRC’s case.,the obstructing of investigation by the previous regim.
    It is a good book. The author is very knowledgeable in corruption and fraud investigations.

  2. Matula

    Akhbar Satar – is the person who is well known in malaysia. As Criminologist and crime analyst he writes a lot on corruption and crime in Malaysia. He is telling the truth.
    All politicians and corporate leaders should read this book.

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