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Complaints made by public servants or public officers

The Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994 (PID Act) provides that public servants officials who wish to report serious wrong doing in public sector agencies can do so on a confidential basis. Under the PID Act complaints or allegations made by public servants or public officials are called disclosures. The PID Act also provides for such persons to be protected against reprisals for making such disclosures.

Under the PID Act the Inspector of the ICAC is a public official to whom a complaint can be made about serious wrong doing by the ICAC or its officers. The Inspector cannot deal with complaints of wrongdoing by officers of any other agency. The Inspector's Policy and Procedures developed by OIICAC to manage any disclosures made under the PID Act to the Inspector are set out below:

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