568 of ACA arrests involve junior officers

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  • Saturday, 12 Apr 2003

PENANG: Of the 1,038 arrests made nationwide by the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) over the past three years, 568 involved junior officers, said its deputy director-general II Datuk Ahmad Said Hamdan. 

“These junior officers, aged 40 and below, were mostly from the enforcement units of the government agencies. They had succumbed to corruption because of peer influence and the desire to get rich quick. 

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