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Perceptions of corruption 2023
IBAC periodically conducts surveys to understand perceptions about corruption and police misconduct in Victoria. In 2023, IBAC conducted online surveys with Councillors and Members of Parliament (MPs) for the first time.
Perceptions of corruption 2023: Members of Parliament (MPs)
In May 2023, all 128 Victorian Members of Parliament (MPs) were emailed to invite them to participate in a perceptions of corruption survey.
Perceptions of corruption 2023: Councillors
In May 2023, all 632 Victorian local government Councillors were emailed to invite them to participate in a perceptions of corruption survey (noting that councils where Administrators were in place were excluded from the research).
IBAC's independent oversight of Victoria Police – 2022 (infographic)
A snapshot of IBAC's police oversight work between 1 January and 31 December 2022.
Perceptions of corruption 2022: Victorian community
In May 2022, an online survey was undertaken with 3,000 Victorians aged 18 years or over. The survey sample was sourced via an accredited online research panel. Survey quotas were placed on age, gender, and location. The findings from the 2022 survey have been compared with the IBAC survey of the Victorian community undertaken in 2016. It is important to note that while some questions were retained, the questionnaire structure was updated in 2022, meaning results may not be directly comparable.
Perceptions of corruption 2022: Suppliers
In May 2022, a variety of communication channels were used to promote an online survey to Victorian government business suppliers. IBAC sought assistance from the Department of Treasury and Finance and Health Share Victoria to email a survey link to all registered suppliers on their respective databases.