The ICAC only discloses current investigations activity where this is in the public interest. For example, the ICAC may determine that it is in the public interest to hold a public inquiry as part of an investigation.
All public inquiries are advertised, with a public hearing notice published on this site and, when deemed appropriate, in relevant newspapers.
Transcripts of each day’s public inquiry proceeding are published on this website, generally within 24 hours, unless suppression orders are in place.
For transcripts relating to a particular investigation, click on the relevant investigation title and follow the links.
List of current investigations which have been made public
Any current ICAC investigations which have been made public, generally through the holding of a public inquiry, are listed below.
The ICAC is investigating, among other issues, the circumstances surrounding a decision made in 2008 by the then Minister for Primary Industries and Minister for Mineral Resources, the Hon Ian Macdonald MLC, to open a mining area in the Bylong Valley for coal exploration, including whether the decision was influenced by the Hon Edward Obeid MLC (Operation Jasper).
The Commission is also investigating, among other issues, the circumstances surrounding the issue of an invitation to Doyles Creek Pty Ltd to apply for, and allocation of, an exploration licence (Operation Acacia).
Further, the ICAC is investigating the circumstances in which Moses Obeid provided the Hon Eric Roozendaal MLC with a motor vehicle in 2007 (Operation Indus).
The ICAC is investigating allegations concerning the process relating to the supply of security services to several NSW public authorities.