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You can help prevent corruption
We can all help prevent public sector corruption and make sure public funds are spent properly – maintaining Victoria's schools, hospitals, roads and other vital public services and projects.
How IBAC handles complaints
What we do with your complaint, including how we assess and act on it.
Your privacy
IBAC will protect your privacy if you make a complaint.


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Tuesday 11 Aug 2020 Behaviours for organisational integrity
This information sheet provides good practice guidance for public sector agencies and public officers regarding the key behaviours and actions that should be expected to support organisational integrity. While the list is not exhaustive, consideration of these behaviours will help to build capacity within public sector agencies to detect, expose and prevent misconduct and corruption.
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Thursday 26 Mar 2020 It's now easier and safer to report wrongdoing
Victoria's integrity system received a significant boost following reforms to public interest disclosure (whistleblower) legislation which came into effect in January. It's now easier and safer to disclose wrongdoing and misconduct in public office. Under the new system the term ‘protected disclosures’ has been replaced by 'public interest disclosures' (PIDs). The change in terminology aligns Victoria with other states and territories and supports the reporting of wrongdoing.
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Wednesday 01 Jan 2020 What is a public interest disclosure?
Protection of people who make genuine disclosures about improper conduct in the public sector is critical for an effective integrity and anti-corruption system.
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Wednesday 01 Jan 2020 Disclosures about Members of Parliament
Public servants and politicians make vital decisions every day that impact community infrastructure and services. The community has a right to expect those decisions are made honestly, fairly and in the public interest.
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Friday 20 Dec 2019 Guidelines for public interest disclosure welfare management
Guidelines for welfare management of anyone who makes a public interest disclosure.
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Friday 20 Dec 2019 Public interest disclosure procedures key issues to consider
This information sheet provides public sector organisations with information to help them with their workplace public interest disclosure policies, practices and procedures. The information is to be used as a reference to the key issues that organisations should consider in meeting their obligations under Victoria's system for receiving public interest disclosures.