Incident Data Reports
About the MACN anonymous incident reporting system
MACN’s anonymous incident reporting system enables member and non-members to submit incident reports when a vessel is faced with corrupt demands during port operation. MACN’s anonymous incident reporting system captures only corrupt demands and does not collect or store any form of payments or solicitation. The results of the anonymous incident reporting allows MACN members to learn from each other to potentially avoid similar incidents in their own operations. MACN has collected over 41,000 incident reports of corrupt demands globally. MACN uses this data to analyse trends in frequency of incidents, allowing MACN to target Collective Action efforts and engage with governments. It has been a successful method to facilitate a constructive dialogue in meetings with governments and other stakeholders. Reporting is anonymous and non-attributable, it is not possible for anyone to identify who has submitted a report, and the report does not include details that would identify ships or individuals.
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MACN’s anonymous incident reporting system captures only corrupt demands and does not collect or store any form of payments or solicitation. The information provided in this report is a product of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) and designed to provide helpful information to MACN members and the maritime industry. The report and its content is not meant to be re-used or re-published without prior consent of MACN.© MACN 2021. All rights reserved.