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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.
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Resources

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Wednesday 01 Jan 2020 What is a public interest disclosure?
Protection of people who make genuine disclosures about improper conduct in the public sector is critical for an effective integrity and anti-corruption system.
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Wednesday 05 Nov 2014 Information sheet - Reporting corruption and misconduct
Have you witnessed corruption? Suspect something? Your information could help expose how public sector corruption or police misconduct is wasting public money and hurting Victorians. Importantly, your complaint can help everyone learn valuable lessons to prevent future corruption and misconduct.
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Tuesday 26 Sep 2023 Public Interest Disclosure process
Answers to frequently asked questions for public sector employees and organisations.
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Tuesday 26 Sep 2023 Managing internal investigations
Information for organisations authorised to receive Public Interest Disclosures (PIDs)
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Tuesday 26 Sep 2023 Managing Public Interest Disclosures in the workplace
Information for organisations authorised to receive Public Interest Disclosures (PIDs)
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Tuesday 26 Sep 2023 Understanding Public Interest Disclosures
Answers to frequently asked questions for organisations authorised to receive Public Interest Disclosures (PIDs).