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Monday 25 Sep 2023 Education - snapshot and key insights
The education sector within IBAC’s jurisdiction includes the Department of Education (DE) and the government schools it oversees, as well as universities, TAFEs and private registered training providers. The non-government school sector is not within IBAC's jurisdiction and therefore not included in the data shown in this sector profile.
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Monday 25 Sep 2023 Transport - snapshot and key insights
The transport sector in Victoria is large and complex, including both public and private agencies. The Department of Transport and Planning (DTP), its portfolio agencies, and other public sector transport agencies work with private sector companies to plan, build and operate public transport services, and to both develop and maintain transport infrastructure, including for roads, public transport, ports and freight.  
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Monday 25 Sep 2023 Human services - snapshot and key insights
Human services provide a range of health, welfare and social services to support the needs of individuals, families and communities. The human services sector comprises the government departments and portfolio agencies responsible for the delivery of human services to the community, as well as the community service organisations (CSOs) or not-for-profit bodies delivering human services on behalf of the government. 
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Monday 25 Sep 2023 Local government - snapshot and key insights
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.
An image of Ballarat police station, taken at dusk
Monday 25 Sep 2023 Police - snapshot and key insights
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.
Night tram in Melbourne CBD
Monday 25 Sep 2023 Corruption and misconduct risks in the transport sector
The enduring and emerging corruption and misconduct risks for the transport sector identified through IBAC’s work, and insights from IBAC’s investigations and reviews of internal investigations.