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Complaints must be provided in writing and are not accepted over the phone. Use the online complaint form or other reporting methods.
Please note: IBAC is not a complaints resolution body.
Under the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011 a person may make a complaint to IBAC about conduct they believe may be corrupt conduct. IBAC must dismiss, investigate or refer complaints received.
What is corruption or misconduct?
IBAC accepts complaints and information about:
The definitions at these links will help you understand what public sector corruption or police misconduct is, and what IBAC will investigate.
If your complaint or information isn't about public sector corruption or police misconduct, find out which agency you should contact.
Do you have to notify IBAC?
All heads of public sector bodies must notify IBAC of suspected corrupt conduct using the mandatory notification form. Public sector bodies that can receive public interest disclosures must also notify IBAC of potential public interest disclosures.
You will be protected
IBAC handles your information and personal details carefully and in accordance with relevant legislation. If you are still concerned about your privacy, you can choose to make a complaint or provide information anonymously.
Find out more about your privacy options and public interest disclosures.