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What happens when I make a complaint to the independent anti-corruption agency (IBAC)?

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IBAC is Victoria’s independent anti-corruption agency responsible for preventing and exposing public sector corruption and police misconduct. Join our panel discussing IBAC’s complaint handling processes.

IBAC, the Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission, prevents, investigates, and exposes public sector corruption and serious police misconduct in Victoria.

Join our panel as they share insights on how IBAC assess complaints and Public Interest Disclosures. We will also discuss the types of misconduct that can be reported to IBAC, how complaints are reviewed, and the special protections provided to people making a Public Interest Disclosure.

Viewers will learn about:
·      how to make a complaint to IBAC
·      what we do when we receive and assess a complaint
·      why we might dismiss a complaint
·      what happens when we refer a complaint
·      what happens when we investigate a complaint
·      protections offered if a compliant is assessed as a Public Interest Disclosure.

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Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission

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