Which agency (or agencies) does your report relate to?
If you do not know enter "not known" in the "Agency" field below.
What are the names and positions (if known) of the public official/s you believe is/are acting corruptly?
If you do not know enter "not known" in the "Name" field below.
If you believe there are any private citizens or companies also involved, please provide their name(s), any contact details, or other relevant details you may have.
For guidance about what to include, refer to What is corrupt conduct
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The ICAC aims to treat all information received and all sources of information confidentially but in some cases this may not be possible. For more information go to Protections for complainants
When we assess the information you provide about suspected corrupt conduct, it can assist the ICAC to also have details of any people who could support or verify your information. Similarly, providing us with copies of relevant documents can be of assistance. If you choose to provide documents, please outline how and why those documents support your concerns.
Are you making this complaint on behalf of somebody else?
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Are there any other people who know about this matter who could assist the ICAC?
Please specify their name and contact details and their level of involvement below:
Specify how they are involved and how you believe they could assist the ICAC:
Do they know that you are reporting the matter to the ICAC?
Please attach any relevant documents that you may have. Browse below to attach documents.
If you are not able to attach electronic copies of any relevant documents, you can provide them:
Explain how these documents support your information.
In addition to any documents you have attached or will provide to the ICAC, do you know of any documents which might be relevant to this matter?
If so, please describe the nature of these documents and who you believe has them in their possession.
It is not mandatory to provide us with your personal details. The ICAC accepts anonymous reports. However if you wish to remain anonymous, bear in mind that the ICAC will not be able to advise you of the outcome of the matter, nor will it be able to verify details with you or obtain any further, clarifying information from you.
If you have any concerns about disclosing your identity, please call the Assessments duty officer on 02 8281 5999 to discuss.
Definition of public official:
A public official is defined in the ICAC Act as an individual having public official functions or acting in a public official capacity in NSW. Employees of NSW public authorities such as local councils, state departments or statutory authorities and members of certain boards are considered public officials. In some circumstances, private contractors or consultants are considered public officials, depending on their duties.
More information is available at About corruption and What is a NSW public official or public authority.
Being a public official, your complaint may constitute a public interest disclosure under the Public Interest
Disclosures Act. In the case of public interest disclosures, your written consent is usually required before the ICAC can reveal your identity to another agency.
If I consent, I understand the ICAC will not necessarily identify me as the source of this information even if I consent. If it later becomes necessary to identify me to another agency, and I have consented to being identified, the ICAC may disclose that I am the source of this information. I will not be notified if/when this occurs.
If I do not consent to being identified as the source of this information, I understand the ICAC will seriously consider any objections I may have, but that there may be compelling public interest reasons to identify me despite my objections. If this happens I will be notified of this decision.
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Please be aware that there are penalties for providing false or misleading information to the ICAC. Information about penalties.