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Please note:

  • Australian citizenship is required for all ongoing/permanent roles
  • Permanent residency is required for contract/temporary positions

Our organisation

IBAC's work is challenging – we expose public sector corruption and police misconduct and they’re serious issues. We front up to this mission each and every day because we all want a public service that acts in the best interests of Victoria.

Working at IBAC is different. It doesn't matter whether you work on investigations or in finance, everyone needs to have a clear national criminal check, security clearance and to be sworn in to be part of the team. We don't shy away from the fact that some of our processes are involved and thorough - that's what's needed to do our job well.

Our team

We are a dedicated team that works well with people who share our courage and determination - people who are measured, fair and trustworthy with a keen sense of duty.

We are committed to bringing together people with differing perspectives, lived experiences and skills to make choices that reflect our integrity and community, and to creating an inclusive work environment for all.

Our jobs

Putting the spotlight on potentially corrupt behaviour can reveal sensitive information, information we are trusted to work with confidentially and respectfully. It's not the kind of job you can go home and tell your friends or family about but our work is interesting, stimulating and incredibly rewarding.

More information

What are 'Disclosable Court Outcomes'?

As part of your employment/contract with IBAC you may be required to undergo a National Police Check (arranged by IBAC).

If the police check report returns with a Disclosable Court Outcome, IBAC will contact you as soon as possible.

The following signifies a Disclosable Court Outcome:

  • charges
  • court convictions
  • findings of guilt with no conviction
  • court appearances
  • good behaviour bonds or other court orders
  • pending matters awaiting court hearing and or
  • traffic offence history.

The Disclosable Court Outcome may be a result of an incorrect report including:

  • the incorrect identification of the applicant
  • information held in police records has not been correctly matched to the applicant
  • incomplete information was provided at the time of application.

If an applicant believes the police check report is incorrect or contains inaccuracies, a dispute can be raised.

Disputes must be raised when an applicant claims that:

  • the police information released does not belong to them
  • part of the police information does not belong to them
  • the police information belongs to them, but the details are incorrect
  • the police information belongs to them, but should not have been released.

If you have any questions, please email personnelsecurity@ibac.vic.gov.au.