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Integrity Matters

Issue #1, Feb 2019

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Reflecting on South Australia's new police complaints scheme

The OPI Director reflects on the first eighteen months of operations under the new police complaints scheme.

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Learnings from the SafeWork SA evaluation

The evaluation of SafeWork SA identified key learnings, which are relevant to all agencies across public administration.

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Integrity in public administration - What did the ICAC survey reveal?

The results of the survey have highlighted a range of issues that should act as a catalyst for agencies to review their operations.

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Events & training

  • 22 Feb 2019 - Seminar: ICAC Awareness for Public Officers

    Join the Commissioner as he explains your rights and obligations under the ICAC Act.

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  • 28 Feb 2019 - The ICAC Elected Members Forum

    Elected members of local government are invited to a forum hosted by the Commissioner to learn about the role and functions of his office, the offices of the Ombudsman and the Auditor-General.

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  • 30-31 Oct 2019 - APSAC Conference 2019

    Save the date - The conference will include plenary sessions, discussion panels and workshops that focus on research, trends, case studies and new methods for preventing, investigating and exposing corruption.

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  • Online learning - ICAC Induction for Public Officers

    If you are a public officer it is important that you understand the role and functions of the ICAC. It is also important that you are aware of the obligation that you and all public officers have to report certain types of conduct to the Office for Public Integrity.

    Take our 40 minute online induction course to learn your obligations.

    Enrol in the course

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of complaints and reports received under the ICAC Act and PCDA last financial year related to inappropriate conduct, workplace bullying and harassment or failure to comply with a policy and procedure

What is misconduct?

The ICAC Act defines misconduct as the conduct of a public officer which contravenes a code of conduct and constitutes a ground for disciplinary action, or other misconduct.

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Does the Commissioner investigate misconduct?

The ICAC Act intends for the Commissioner to assist agencies to identify and deal with misconduct, which he does in a variety of ways. However, the Commissioner may investigation misconduct himself where the conduct is serious or systemic and he thinks it is in the public interest to do so.

Educational resources

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Recent news

  • 4 Feb 2019 - Employment opportunity

    Finance Officer - Applications close Monday 18 February 2019  More info >

  • 31 Jan 2019 - Employment opportunity

    Principal Assessment Officer - Applications close Monday 18 February 2019   More info >

  • 14 Jan 2019 - Prosecutions pending

    Two men arrested December 2018  More info >


Making a complaint is easy and important.

Simply fill out the secure online form. We will acknowledge that we have received your complaint or report within two working days.

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