MONROVIA, Montserrado – The Carter Center, in collaboration with the Liberia National Police, USAID, and the Swedish Embassy, has launched an awareness campaign against bribery.

The program, which was held last Friday at the Zone One police station on Bushrod Island, is part of the police’s 2017 community policing awareness on bribery and access to justice.

Pewee Flomoku, chief of party of the Carter Center, said as the institution continues to wage peace, fight disease and build hope, it believes that preventing corruption is important if Liberians should all be accountable and allow the various institutions to serve the citizenry as well.