We can investigate complaints of corruption and police misconduct across the Victorian public sector, including Victoria Police. By law, we must prioritise serious or systemic corruption for investigation.
This information sheet highlights some of the corruption vulnerabilities in the social housing sector and identifies ways those responsible for public and community housing can strengthen their systems and practices to mitigate those vulnerabilities.
This information sheet highlights potential risks and drivers of corruption associated with government-funded human services delivered by community service organisations. It aims to raise awareness of these issues so funding agencies and regulators can assist community service organisations to identify, manage and prevent corruption risks.
Legislated changes commencing 1 January 2020 require agencies to update their policies and procedures in relation to public interest disclosures (PIDs). This information sheet outlines key changes to the system.
This information sheet highlights corruption vulnerabilities associated with public sector boards in Victoria. It alerts government departments to opportunities to strengthen their systems and practices to address those vulnerabilities. It also outlines measures to aid the detection, reporting and prevention of corruption which can otherwise lead to waste of public money and resources, undermine people's trust in government, and damage the reputation of the public sector.
IBAC's latest campaign 'Yes, it's corruption. Yes, I can do something about it' calls on all Victorians to realise the pivotal role they can play in preventing public sector corruption. Use these posters and social media images to help raise awareness.