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You can help prevent corruption
We can all help prevent public sector corruption and make sure public funds are spent properly – maintaining Victoria's schools, hospitals, roads and other vital public services and projects.
How IBAC handles complaints
What we do with your complaint, including how we assess and act on it.
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Wednesday 05 Jun 2019 Yes, it's corruption campaign
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.
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Thursday 22 Feb 2018 Examples of mandatory notifications under Section 57
Five examples of mandatory notifications to IBAC based on actual assessed cases. These case studies explain the actions taken as a result of our assessment. They include examples of notifications that were investigated, referred and dismissed.
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Wednesday 27 Dec 2017 IBAC's legislated powers
IBAC is Victoria's independent anti-corruption and police oversight agency. We have powers to identify, investigate, expose and prevent public sector corruption and police misconduct.
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Thursday 10 Aug 2017 Public sector corruption hurts all Victorians
This information sheet provides examples of corruption and misconduct and red flags for corruption. It also explains the importance of reporting corruption, and IBAC's role in preventing and exposing it.
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Friday 23 Dec 2016 Safeguarding integrity: A guide to the integrity system in Victoria
The guide focuses on key integrity bodies with public sector-wide responsibilities rather than those bodies with specific sector responsibilities, such as the Office of the Health Commissioner.
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Monday 02 Nov 2015 The red flags of corruption: procurement
Procurement is vulnerable to being corrupted because it can involve large sums of public money, and be impacted by highly devolved decision-making, limited oversight and inadequate staff training.