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10 Apr 2024

Statement regarding Mr Timothy Crakanthorp MP

The NSW ICAC conducted a preliminary investigation into information referred to it by The Cabinet Office concerning whether the then minister for the Hunter, Mr Timothy Crakanthorp MP, had failed to...


Canterbury-Bankstown Council – allegations concerning conduct of former employee, contractor and others (Operation Mantis)

The ICAC is investigating allegations concerning the conduct of former a former employee and a contractor of Canterbury-Bankstown Council (“Council”), and others.


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 - published April 2024. Last Modified 4/04/2024 10:57:58 AM

Events and training

The Commission provides a range of corruption prevention education opportunities. This includes free interactive workshops for NSW public sector agencies and individual public officials to help build integrity, increase understanding about how and why corruption occurs, where the opportunities for corruption may be and how corruption can be prevented, detected, investigated and addressed. Workshops can be conducted in-house for people within your organisation, and individual public officials can register to attend a workshop with participants from other agencies.

The Commission is also involved in a range of other educational initiatives including conferences, outreach programs and a senior executive short course. Please visit Education and events or contact [email protected]  

What we do


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.


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.

Our mission

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