Statement 2 – Categories of documents created by IBAC
The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) creates a large number of electronic and hard copy documents in the course of its work. To assist in the management of its records, IBAC uses an electronic document and records management system to classify, store and access a broad range of documents.
The types of documents that IBAC creates and handles include, but are not limited to:
- case files
- briefings and reports
- meeting records
- policy, procedures and standards
- financial records
- audio-visual materials and transcripts
- education resources.
The site map of this website shows the areas of work that IBAC undertakes and is where you may be able to find more information.
Documents created by the Office of Police Integrity that are held by IBAC
IBAC also holds all electronic and hard copy documents created by the former Office of Police Integrity (OPI). In broad terms, the types of documents that OPI created are the same as those types created by IBAC (listed above).
On 10 February 2013 the OPI and the Office of Director, Police Integrity, were abolished and succeeded by IBAC*.
All information, documents, reports, records and equipment in the possession or control of the OPI under the Police Integrity Act 2008 (Vic) (PI Act), any other Act or otherwise, were transferred to the custody of IBAC and are taken to be information, documents, reports, records and equipment in the possession or control of IBAC** .
Many former OPI resources can be accessed on this website through our publications and resources.
*pursuant to clause of Schedule 1 of the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011 (Vic) (IBAC Act)
**by operation of clause 6 of the IBAC Act