Part of the ICAC's role is to educate the community about NSW public sector corruption. The ICAC does this through:

  • delivering speaking engagements and presentations about the work of the ICAC
  • information on this website including current investigations, corruption prevention advice, investigation reports and research papers
  • conducting outreach programs targeting rural and regional NSW, and vulnerable population groups such as culturally and linguistically diverse communities
  • releasing information on public inquiries and investigation outcomes to the media and the community, and encouraging media attendance at public inquiries.

Available resources include:


The ICAC provides information about the Commission and how to report corruption in several community languages.

The ICAC wishes to advise that many of the documents listed below are currently unavailable due to revisions currently underway to reflect the provisions of the Independent Commission Against Corruption Amendment Act 2015. Revised community languages brochures will be made available in the near future.