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Local government is responsible for providing and maintaining a wide range of services, programs and infrastructure for their communities. Local councils provide vital community services and are considered public bodies under the IBAC Act. All councils have key responsibilities for planning, building, health services, waste management, emergency management, recreation and culture. They receive funds from their communities via municipal rates, charges and fees for service and fines, as well as grant funding from state and federal governments.
In Victoria, the police sector comprises only Victoria Police and its approximately 22,000 employees. This profile looks at the specific corruption and misconduct risks for police, based on IBAC’s work, and examines trends, issues and prevention strategies.