MACN Incident Sharing
Reporting MACN’s anonymous incident reporting system enables maritime players to submit reports on corrupt demands they have faced during port operation. The outputs of the anonymous incident reporting allow members to learn from each other to potentially avoid similar incidents in their own operations. The use of the mechanism has significantly increased over the years. To date, MACN has collected over 19,000 reports of corrupt demands globally.
MACN uses this data to analyze trends in frequency of incidents, allowing MACN to target collective action efforts and engage with governments. It has been a successful way 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 incident does not include details that would identify specific dates, ships, or individuals.
MACN invites both members and non-members to share details of corrupt demands or threats. Companies wishing to share data on incidents have the following two options.
Small Data Sets
For small data sets, companies can complete the short survey available here.
Large Data Sets
For large data sets, companies can use the interface below to upload an Excel file specifying the date of the incident, country, port, type of demand, and type of stakeholder making the demand.