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Annual report 2020/21
This annual report outlines IBAC's work in the 2020/21 ﬁnancial year to build a corruption-resistant Victorian public sector. It details our operational and ﬁnancial performance, achievements, and how we work to prevent and expose public sector corruption and police misconduct.
Operation Turon was an investigation by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) into the alleged police misconduct of then Assistant Commissioner Brett Guerin.
The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) was established in 2012 by the IBAC Act 2011 (“IBAC Act”). The IBAC consists of one Commissioner to which IBAC may delegate any function or power of IBAC. IBAC must also appoint a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who is the Special Body Head of IBAC under the Public Administration Act 2004 (“PA Act”). Hence there are two key roles responsible for the internal governance of IBAC – the Commissioner and the CEO.
Standard directions for public examinations
These directions ordinarily apply to the conduct of public examinations in an investigation by IBAC.
Fraud and corruption control standard
IBAC's Executive Director of Operations Peter Morris talks to forensic specialist Dean Newlan principle author of the Fraud and corruption control standard AS8001 about the updated standard. The conversation covers key elements of the standard, what's changed, and how it can help the public sector develop effective corruption prevention plans and internal policies. (12 minutes 24 seconds)
Corruption, integrity and human rights
IBAC's Executive Director Prevention & Communication, Christine Howlett, talks to Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commissioner Ro Allen. Commissioner Allen reflects on their first few months in the new role and discusses the relevance of human rights to corruption prevention. (9 minutes 42 seconds)