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Who can they tell?

Who can they tell?

By Philip Hill

Confidential Information Corruption 


For more advice, contact IBAC. The Victorian integrity system encourages genuine reports of corruption and misconduct of public officials and provides legal protections for those coming forward. Correct handling of sensitive information is an important feature of Victoria’s system for exposing and preventing public sector corruption and police misconduct. To advise clients involved in Victoria’s protected disclosure system, practitioners need to know how the Protected Disclosure Act 2012 (PD Act)1 and related legislation2 protects the confidentiality of allegations of improper conduct and misconduct by public officials. In many cases, statutory confidentiality requirements have been critical to the success of corruption investigations. This article explains why and how.

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