Corruption Matters - May 2018 - Issue 51

An investigations symposium? Oh yes.

Registrations are now open for the 12th National Investigations Symposium (NIS), to be held in November at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney. Since it began in 1994, the NIS has attracted the participation of several hundred delegates from across Australia and abroad at every event.


The two-day symposium is an opportunity for a range of practitioners – such as investigators, internal auditors, lawyers, senior police officers and complaint-handlers – to increase (and share) their investigative knowledge, skills and techniques. The NIS also offers networking opportunities that allow delegates to foster and establish new contacts and maintain existing ones, and access to new products and services from the exhibitor stalls.

The NIS is a joint initiative of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption, the NSW Ombudsman and the Institute of Public Administration Australia NSW.


The 2018 program includes local and international experts and practitioners.

The two days are arranged across four concurrent streams on topics such as forensics and technology, investigations involving vulnerable people and whistleblowing.

Confirmed speakers to date include:



Register now and save with the early bird rate of $1,199.

If you cannot attend both days, register for the day rate at $799.

National Investigation Symposium

Wednesday 14 – Thursday 15 November 2018

Four Seasons Hotel
199 George Street
Sydney 2000

Early Bird Rate $1,199 
Standard Rate $1,450
Day Rate $799    

Workshops – Tuesday 13 November

The workshop program will be launched in July 2018.

Workshop Half Day $350
Full Day

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