The Commission is determined to rein in illegal practices and corruptions of its officers and staffs. Within the auspices of Rule 19 (1) of the Anti-Corruption Commission Rules 2007, the Commission has constituted a permanent Internal Anti-Corruption Committee, led by its Chairman, to constantly monitor, supervise, complain, inquire, and investigate into any corruption allegations against the ACC officials and to make recommendations for taking legal and departmental actions against the corrupt staff. As for example of its determination against staff corrupt practices, the Commission assigned the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) to investigate into corruption allegation against a Deputy Director of the ACC in 2011. Based on its investigation, RAB submitted charge-sheet against the officer, which is undergoing trial in court.
# Major punishment includes suspension from service and forced retirement;
# Demotion at lower level of salary scale, withholding of salary increment for particular years, rebuke, and determination of salary at the lowest level of time scale are heated as minor punishment.