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Resources

Operation Sandon report cover
Thursday 27 Jul 2023 Operation Sandon special report
An investigation into allegations of corrupt conduct involving councillors and property developers in Melbourne's south-east. This report also examines the effectiveness of Victoria's systems and controls for safeguarding the integrity of the state's planning processes.
IBAC has identified 10 anti-fraud and corruption initiatives that organisations can apply based on the guidance provided in the Standard to prevent fraud and corruption.
Tuesday 11 Jul 2023 Australian Standard on Fraud and Corruption Control
The Australian Standard on Fraud and Corruption Control (AS 8001:2021) is a useful framework for assisting Victorian public sector agencies, local government and Victoria Police to control their fraud and corruption risks across all aspects of their operational and administrative functions.
IBAC Insights - Issue 36 (July 2023)
Monday 03 Jul 2023 IBAC insights issue 36
In this edition we will hear from IBAC Acting Commissioner Stephen Farrow and CEO Marlo Baragwanath about IBAC’s latest operations, reports, improvements to our witness welfare approach and policies, and our new user-friendly website.
Thursday 29 Jun 2023 Witness wellbeing policy
The application of this policy and related documents seeks to ensure risks to psychological wellbeing are, so far as reasonably practicable, eliminated, reduced or managed.
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Thursday 29 Jun 2023 IBAC Annual Plan 2023/24
IBAC's Annual Plan 2023/24 outlines the organisation's priorities for the next twelve months, and provides a budget overview.
Kylie Kilgour, headshot
Wednesday 28 Jun 2023 IBACs Operation Daintree
Kylie Kilgour (SME) and Linda Timothy(Host), cover off on key points we want to express from report including investigation, key findings, why the behaviour is bad, why the recommendations are important.