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Resources

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Tuesday 08 Oct 2019 Frequently asked questions about the Integrity and Accountability Legislation Amendment
Frequently asked questions about the Integrity and Accountability Legislation Amendment (Public Interest Disclosures, Oversight and Independence) Act 2019. Key changes commence on 1 January 2020
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Tuesday 08 Oct 2019 Key changes in relation to public interest disclosures
Legislated changes commencing 1 January 2020 require agencies to update their policies and procedures in relation to public interest disclosures (PIDs). This information sheet outlines key changes to the system.
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Thursday 21 Jan 2016 Review of protected disclosure procedures - progress report
This report assess the progress made by state and local government entities that were not meeting their obligations around protected disclosures almost two years after the PID Act came into effect.
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Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 Guidelines for handling public interest disclosures
This document provides guidance for people and organisations in the public sector that receive reports about improper conduct and detrimental action that may be public interest disclosures.
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Wednesday 29 Apr 2015 Whistleblowers and protected disclosures
In the first episode of our podcast series, we talk to Professor AJ Brown from Griffith University on the importance of blowing the whistle on corruption and misconduct.
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Wednesday 05 Nov 2014 Information sheet - Reporting corruption and misconduct
Have you witnessed corruption? Suspect something? Your information could help expose how public sector corruption or police misconduct is wasting public money and hurting Victorians. Importantly, your complaint can help everyone learn valuable lessons to prevent future corruption and misconduct.