NSW ICAC premises to now remain closed until 1 February 2022
Monday 10 January 2022
The NSW ICAC premises at 255 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, will now remain closed until 9 am on Tuesday 1 February 2022, due to the very high numbers of COVID-19 cases in the community.
With regard to public inquiries, the Commission has decided that, until there is a substantial improvement in the COVID-19 situation in NSW, those involved in Commission hearings should, as far as practicable, participate remotely by audio visual link. Only those whose presence on Commission premises is deemed essential for the effective conduct of the public inquiry will be permitted on Commission premises for the purpose of a public inquiry. For more information, please refer to the Commission’s Public Inquiry Protocol.
The Commission is committed to acting in the best interests of the health and safety of its staff, visitors and the community. Please see important information below about measures in place to enable the ICAC to maintain its operational and legislative functions.
Contacting the ICAC
• For general enquiries, email the ICAC – firstname.lastname@example.org
• For media enquiries, email email@example.com
Keep sending complaints and reports
ICAC staff are set up to work remotely where possible during this time. The public and NSW government agencies are encouraged to keep reporting allegations of corrupt conduct (noting the latter can also have statutory requirements to report allegations of corruption).
Please note the following:
• Complaints or reports must be made by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or using the reporting forms on our website.
• The ICAC will continue to assess all complaints and reports that it receives.
• The ICAC will correspond with all agencies and members of the public via email.
• You will not be able to make complaints or reports over the telephone or in person. The ICAC will also not be able to send mail via Australia Post during this time.
Follow the ICAC on Twitter @nswicac and watch this website for any further updates.
If you have received a notice issued under s 22 of the ICAC Act, requiring you to produce documents, or a notice under s 21 of the ICAC Act, requiring you to produce a statement of information, then those documents or statement of information should be produced by sending them to the ICAC Senior Property Officer at email@example.com.
If you wish to communicate with someone concerning the notice, then you should contact the officer referred to on page 3 of the notice using the contact details provided on that page.