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Victoria Police handling of complaints made by Aboriginal people
Police misconduct and the investigation of complaints against police are issues that concern all Victorians. However, they have particular significance for Aboriginal people, who come into contact with police at a much higher rate than non-Aboriginal people.
IBAC's Focus Communities Strategy
IBAC's Focus Communities Strategy is part of our commitment to ensuring IBAC is accessible, accountable and engaged with our community. The Strategy focuses on how IBAC interacts with members of three identified communities: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, LGBTIQ+ communities and multicultural communities.
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)
Operation Lynd was an investigation by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) into the conduct of Victoria Police officers at the Hares & Hyenas bookstore at 63 Johnston Street in Fitzroy on 11 May 2019, and the cause of the serious injury to a member of the public, Mr Nik Dimopoulos, arising out of that incident.
Operation Betka was an IBAC investigation into allegations a contracted Senior Project Manager in the Information Technology Division of the Department of Education and Training was involved in serious corrupt conduct.