The ICAC deals with corruption as it is defined in the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988. The definition contains a number of elements that are covered in detail in this section. There is also information here about how to identify possible corrupt conduct and the benefits of prevention.
- What is corrupt conduct? The definition of corrupt conduct with examples
- What is a NSW public official or authority? The definition of a public official and public authority with examples
- Why exposing and preventing corruption is important The costs of and damage caused by corrupt conduct
- Conditions which may allow corruption to occur Situations that may encourage corrupt conduct
- Research Research reports and current projects
- Publications about corruption Lists the publications about corruption and a search function
- FAQs about corruption Frequently asked questions about corruption