How we maintain our own integrity
We are subject to scrutiny through the Victorian Inspectorate, the Victorian Parliament and the IBAC Parliamentary Committee
The Victorian Inspectorate
The Victorian Inspectorate monitors our compliance, and investigates and assesses:
- relevant laws
- our policies and procedures
- complaints made against us and our people.
Our Parliamentary Committee
The IBAC Parliamentary Committee monitors and reviews our:
- performance of functions and duties
- reports to Parliament
- public reports on outcomes of investigations
- system reviews
- education and prevention initiatives
- website information.
We are transparent about our performance
We assess our performance against what we do and our vision, purpose and functions. We report the outcomes of our work in reports to our Parliamentary Committee.
Our annual report outlines our performance against our key priorities and actions.
Reports about our activities are publicly available
We publish public reports on:
- outcomes of investigations
- system reviews
- corruption prevention initiatives.
Download our public reports.
Fostering a capable and professional workforce
We foster innovation through a valued team of people across specialised fields. We continuously improve our governance and review our performance to improve our efficiency and effectiveness.
Acts we work under
The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011 (Vic) outlines our functions, powers and how we work with other public sector integrity organisations.
The Protected Disclosure Act 2012 (Vic) describes our central role in deciding which complaints are treated as protected disclosures. What is a protected disclosure?