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This reference guide is a practical resource for Public Interest Disclosure (PID) Coordinators and any public sector employees who have responsibility for conducting internal investigations into alleged misconduct within their agency.
Heads of Victorian state government departments and council CEOs (also known as Relevant Principal Officers) must notify IBAC of any matter where they suspect, on reasonable grounds, that corrupt conduct has occurred or is occurring.
IBAC periodically conducts surveys of Victorian public sector and local government employees to understand how they perceive corruption and integrity within their own organisation. Employees' perceptions of organisational behaviours, ethical culture and areas of risk provide insight into possible gaps and weaknesses in corruption prevention controls. They also indicate where employees believe agencies should increase or focus efforts to reduce corruption risks and vulnerabilities. This infographic presents the top findings from our latest research.
The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, IBAC, regularly assesses corruption risks and trends across Victorian state government and local councils. We consult widely to gauge areas most at risk of corruption and identify emerging risks. This helps direct corruption prevention activities strategically to prevent vital public services being undermined, official positions being misused, and public resources being stolen. Here are the main findings from our latest research conducted in 2019/20.