BEIJING, June 19 -- China's top discipline inspection agency opened a new tip-off gateway on its website against low-level corrupt officials on Friday.
The informants can choose to be anonymous or give their real name, said a press release from the Communist Party of China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI).
Visitors of the website can also post general suggestions for CCDI's work in this area, said the press release.
There is a quick link to the webpage where the agency updates detailed information about the officials caught for violating Party discipline or behaving badly.
Minor graft problems by low-level officials can be closely felt by the people and will damage the relations between the public and Party, said the CCDI statement.
"We want to send a strong signal and press hard on local Party organs to stay alert," the statement said.
Since the current leadership took office in late 2012, the CPC has taken down both high-profile officials and minor ones.