The Head of the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau is a central authority of the government administration, supervised by the Prime Minister, acting through the CBA. The Head of the CBA is appointed for a term of four years and recalled by the Prime Minister, following a consultation with the President of the Republic of Poland, the Special Services Committee and the Parliamentary Committee for Special Services. The Head of the CBA may be reappointed only once.
On 1st December 2015, the Prime Minister Beata Szydło entrusted the responsibilities of Head of the CBA to Ernest Bejda
The Head of the CBA - Ernest Bejda was born on 24 September, 1973.
In 1997, he graduated from law studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (UMCS) in Lublin. Afterwards, in the years 1997-1999, he completed a prosecutor training in Warsaw, passing the professional prosecutor’s exam. From 2000 to 2002, he worked at the General Customs Inspectorate in Warsaw. In the years 2000-2004, he completed an advocate training. After passing the final advocate exam in 2004, he worked as a lawyer running his own law firm. In 2006, he was appointed deputy head of the CBA. He held that function until 2009. In 2010, he was discharged from service in the CBA. Afterwards, he worked mainly as a legal adviser running his own law firm.
Deputy Head of the CBA - Bogdan Sakowicz, born on 10 October 1958 in Białystok. A graduate of history faculty at the Catholic University of Lublin. After graduation, he was a history and Polish language teacher; UOP officer (Office for State Protection) in years 1991-1998; head of control-operational-investigative unit in the Regional Customs Inspectorate in Białystok, he also directed the work of the same Inspectorate in years 1998-2002; Inspector of Fiscal Control of IV degree in the Office of Fiscal Control in Bialystok in years 2002-2003; chief and commander of the Municipal Police in Warsaw in years 2007-2008; since 2008 in the CBA as a deputy director of the Independent Inspection Unit and the Law Bureau.
Deputy Head of the CBA - Grzegorz Ocieczek - a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at University of Silesia in Katowice, Doctor of Law of University of Silesia. In 1994 he worked in the prosecutor's office where, among others, he was employed in the Units for Organized Crime of the Regional Prosecutor's Office in Katowice and the Appellate Prosecutor's Office in Katowice. In years 2004-2005 he served as first deputy head of the District Prosecutor's Office of Katowice Center-West, and then as the head of this Prosecutor's Office. From 2006 to 2007 he was employed in the Internal Security Agency (ABW) as the director of the Criminal Investigations Department, and later as deputy head of ABW. Since 2007 he served as prosecutor of the Supreme Military Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw in the department for combating organized crime, and then in the National Prosecutor's Office. Currently inactive.