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NSW ICAC Forum on Pork Barrelling
06 Jun 2022

Forum on Pork Barrelling

Video of the ICAC Forum on Pork Barrelling held on 3 June 2022 is now available, along with panelists' papers, transcript and other information.

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Section 31B guidelines Guidelines relating to the conduct of public inquiries to ICAC staff and Counsel Assisting the ICAC. Last Modified 25/03/2019 1:16:30 PM
Standard ICAC directions for public inquiries Standard directions for legal representatives of individuals involved in an ICAC inquiry. Last Modified 20/12/2018 11:38:22 AM
Information for witnesses Information for witnesses brochure - updated March 2022 Last Modified 16/03/2022 11:23:17 AM

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Corruption prevention for managers (in-house)

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Prevention

The ICAC helps NSW public sector agencies and individuals prevent corruption by providing advice and building an agency's resistance to corruption through training and resources.

Investigation

The ICAC uses a range of investigative techniques to expose corrupt conduct and it has been afforded significant statutory powers to do so. ICAC investigations focus on matters that are serious and systemic.

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Our mission is to combat corruption and improve the integrity of the NSW public sector.