Bribery Act 2010 guidance
Guidance to help commercial organisations understand the sorts of procedures they can put in place to prevent bribery.
The Bribery Act 2010 creates a new offence under section 7 which can be committed by commercial organisations which fail to prevent persons associated with them from bribing another person on their behalf.
An organisation that can prove it has adequate procedures in place to prevent persons associated with it from bribing will have a defence to the section 7 offence.
The guidance, published here under section 9 of the Act, will help commercial organisations of all sizes and sectors understand what sorts of procedures they can put in place to prevent bribery, as mentioned in section 7.
A quick start guide has also been published which sets out the key points.
Bribery Act 2010: Guidance about commercial organisations preventing bribery (PDF 0.38mb 45 pages)
Quick start guide (PDF 0.27mb 9 pages)