Regional forum: Corruption risks in local councils
This event focuses on findings and recommendations in IBAC's Operation Sandon special report and explores what councils can do now to prevent corrupt conduct.
Corruption risks in local councils: Operation Sandon special report
This webinar focuses on findings and recommendations in IBAC's Operation Sandon special report and explores what councils can do now to prevent corrupt conduct.
What happens when I make a complaint to IBAC?
As part of Victorian Law Week, this webinar helps improve public understanding of IBAC’s complaint processes and how IBAC manages a complaint. Victorian Law Week is all about helping Victorians understand their rights, find answers to their questions, know what help is available and how our legal system works.
Big projects, big risks: Corruption risks in major infrastructure projects
Victorian government infrastructure projects receive billions of dollars per year in funding and can be large, complex and delivered under pressure. Because of this, corruption risks - such as fraud, collusion, bribery during procurement and favouritism in recruitment - can have a bigger impact than in smaller projects.
Perceptions of corruption in Victoria
In 2022, IBAC surveyed 12,000+ people across the Victorian community, state and local government employees, Victoria Police employees, and business suppliers who work with the public sector to find out what they thought about the prevalence of public sector corruption and police misconduct in Victoria.