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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.
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Friday 09 Dec 2022 Victorian perceptions of corruption 2022
IBAC periodically conducts surveys to understand perceptions about corruption and police misconduct in Victoria. In 2022, IBAC conducted online surveys with state and local government employees, Victoria Police employees, suppliers and the Victorian community. Over 12,000 people participated.
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Wednesday 21 Sep 2022 IBAC Annual Plan 2022/23
IBAC's Annual Plan 2022/23 outlines the organisation's priorities for the next twelve months, and provides a budget overview.
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Wednesday 20 Jul 2022 Operation Watts
Operation Watts was the first ever joint investigation conducted by IBAC and the Victorian Ombudsman. The investigation was initiated following two referrals, from the Attorney-General to IBAC, and from the Legislative Council to the Ombudsman, following allegations of 'branch stacking' involving misuse of public funds by certain Moderate Labor members of Parliament.
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Monday 28 Jun 2021 Corruption and integrity: Perceptions of Victorian local government employees
Based on the findings of surveys conducted in 2016 and 2019, this report provides an overview of council employees' perceptions of corruption and integrity.
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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 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.