This article discusses conventions on anti-corruption that have been launched, and yet, have not been implemented in the government agencies most prone to corruption. The work focuses on a few aspects of an effective implementation of those conventions. Part two of the article covers the basic points that should be included in executive regulations governing law enforcement agencies. Part three, then, regards methods of discouraging civil servants from taking bribes. Part four draws the attention to ways in which countries can finance additional law enforcement obligations imposed by those international conventions. Part five, finally, gives a concrete example of how some of the above mentioned issues can be applied within the international legal framework.