The March 2023 issue of IBAC Insights includes features: our Operation Clara special report, a snapshot of our police oversight work, research on corruption risks with major infrastructure projects, our campaign calling on the public sector to speak up to stop improper influence, podcasts, webinars and and more.
Welcome to the December edition of IBAC Insights; this is the final edition for 2022 and the final edition for me as IBAC Commissioner.
The December 2022 issue of IBAC Insights includes a farewell message from our Commissioner, perceptions of corruption in Victoria survey findings, misconduct issues and risks associated with Victoria Police's Critical Incident Response Team, a podcast on corruption risks associated with donations and lobbying, investigation and prosecution updates, recent webinars to watch on demand, and more.
As the end of the year fast approaches, many will be aware, the end of my five-year term at IBAC is also very near.
The September 2022 issue of IBAC Insights includes a message from our Commissioner, a statement on corruption risks in the lead up to an election, investigation updates, a podcast about working with diverse communities, and more.
The June 2022 issue of IBAC Insights includes a message from our Commissioner, the journey from complaint to investigation, speaking up to stop improper influence, an audit of how Victoria Police handles complaints made by Aboriginal people, and more.
As we reach the halfway point in the calendar year, 2022 has already proven to be a busy and significant year for IBAC's work.
The March 2022 issue of IBAC Insights includes a message from our Commissioner, IBAC's Focus Communities Strategy, investigations updates, a podcast on IBAC's police oversight focus, new resources and more.
Welcome to the March edition of IBAC Insights and our first for 2022.
Victoria's integrity system received a significant boost following reforms to public interest disclosure (whistleblower) legislation which came into effect in January. It's now easier and safer to disclose wrongdoing and misconduct in public office.
Under the new system the term ‘protected disclosures’ has been replaced by 'public interest disclosures' (PIDs). The change in terminology aligns Victoria with other states and territories and supports the reporting of wrongdoing.