Resources for the public sector

We have developed information materials to help Victorian public sector employees identify, report and prevent corruption. The information covers red flags of corruption, what IBAC can and cannot investigate, and how people can report corruption, either internally or directly to IBAC. We also share presentations from leading thinkers in the field of corruption prevention.

This is part of our ongoing public sector engagement work and complements our community education campaigns which encourage Victorians to speak up and report suspected corruption in the public sector.

You can view, download, and share the following materials with your colleagues and networks.

Information sheets

Public sector corruption hurts all Victorians information sheet gives examples of corruption and misconduct and red flags for corruption. It also explains the importance of reporting corruption, and IBAC’s role in preventing and exposing it.

Behaviours for organisational integrity information sheet provides good practice guidance for public sector agencies and public officers regarding the key behaviours and actions that should be expected to support organisational integrity.

Video

The IBAC and public sector corruption video provides information about how public sector employees can identify and report corruption.

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To download videos, right-click (Ctrl-click for Mac) on a link below, then choose 'Save target as...'

IBAC and public sector corruption (8m 41s) | Introducing IBAC (3m 43s)

You can also embed the video in web pages and posts with the following HTML code:

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/A-IJdH_lueY?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>


Posters

You are encouraged to print these posters and place them in the common areas in your organisation to raise awareness about integrity, corruption and encourage reporting.

 Public sector poster A3 with the text Corruption hurts all Victorians. Speak up now. If you suspect corruption in the Victorian public sector, talk to a manager, your Public Interest Disclosure Coordinator or call IBAC. IBAC logo. To find out more visit www.ibac.vic.gov.au or call 1300 735 135. Public sector poster - A3 with the text Suspect corruption. Report it now. If you suspect corruption in the Victorian public sector, talk to a manager, your Public Interest Disclosure Coordinator or call IBAC. IBAC logo. To find out more visit www.ibac.vic.gov.au or call 1300 735 135. Four questions for making decisions with integrity poster

Click on the posters above to download for office / desktop printing or download posters at higher resolution with marks for professional printing (8.76MB).

Digital banners

These banner images can be used across your communication channels to support your organisation’s corruption prevention efforts. Please link banners to https://www.ibac.vic.gov.au/

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Corruption hurts all Victorians. Speak up now. If you suspect corruption in the Victorian public sector, talk to a manager, your Public Interest Disclosure Coordinator or call IBAC. Find out more.

Corruption hurts all Victorians. Speak up now. If you suspect corruption in the public sector, talk to a manager, your Public Interest Disclosure Coordinator or call IBAC. Find out more.

Suspect corruption? Report it now. If you suspect corruption in the Victorian public sector, talk to a manager, your Public Interest Disclosure Coordinator or call IBAC.

Corruption. When something's not right, speak up. Find out more.

Experts' presentations

Presentations by leading thinkers in the field of corruption prevention. These presentations were made at the Corruption Prevention and Integrity Conference in Melbourne in October 2017 and are shared with the permission of speakers.

More resources are available on the Yes, it's corruption campaign page.

Resources specific to criminal associations, procurement and recruitment and employment risks are also available. 

For more information about these materials or assistance using them, contact our engagement team at engage@ibac.vic.gov.au.