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Resources

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Wednesday 29 Jun 2022 Conflicts of interest: myths, misconceptions and management
This resource highlights common myths and misconceptions around conflicts of interest to improve public officers' understanding and management of conflicts, and to strengthen public agencies' controls around conflicts of interest.
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Sunday 01 May 2022 Speak up to stop improper influence
Employees in the Victorian public sector should always make decisions in the best interests of the community, free from bias or favouritism.
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Tuesday 21 Sep 2021 Standard directions for public examinations
These directions ordinarily apply to the conduct of public examinations in an investigation by IBAC.
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Tuesday 31 Aug 2021 Complaints handling process - complaints against Victoria Police officers and protective services officers
This flowchart outlines the process and paths a complaint can take when members of the public, public sector agencies or police employees complain about police officers or protective services officers to IBAC or Victoria Police.
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Monday 28 Jun 2021 IBAC's independent oversight of Victoria Police – 2021 (infographic)
A snapshot of IBAC's police oversight work between 1 January and 31 December 2021.
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Monday 28 Jun 2021 Reference guide: Managing an internal investigation into misconduct

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.