How is the Commission established?
The Commission is established by the Integrity in Public Life Act No. 24 of 2013.
How many members make up the Commission?
7 members make up the Commission.
Who are the members of the Commission?
- Chairperson and retired Judge, Justice Dame Monica Joseph
- Member and Representative of the Prime Minister, Mrs Avril Anande Trotman–Joseph
- Member and Chartered Accountant, Mr Rupert Agostini
- Member and Representative, Mr Robert Robinson
- Member and Attorney-at-Law of at least 7 years standing, Mrs Daniella Williams Mitchell
- Member and Representative of faith based organisations — Conference of Churches, Mrs Oforiwa Augustine
- Member and Representative of faith based organizations — Evangelical Churches, Mr Bertie Hill
What are the functions of the Commission?
Some of the primary functions of the Commission are to:
- Receive and examine declarations of the assets, liabilities, income and interest in relation to property of persons in public life, to give effect to the provisions of the Inter-American Convention Against Corruption (to which Grenada is a signatory)
- Receive and investigate complaints under the provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act No. 15 of 2007
- Investigate the conduct of any person falling under the purview of the Commission and carry out public education
Office of the Integrity Commission