The Director-General’s obligation to disclose corrupt conduct

Under the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988, the Director-General has a responsibility to report certain forms of corrupt conduct to the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).

Corrupt conduct involves the misuse of public office, for example:

• dishonesty
• partiality (ie. bias)
• breach of trust (ie. misuse of one’s position), or
• misuse of government information where such conduct could amount to a criminal offence, a disciplinary offence or give reasonable grounds for dismissal of a staff member.

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+1 #1 DGkath_daden@hotmail.com 2013-11-06 22:35
might seem silly but im very new to fighting against corruption FACS/DOCS dept is the director general someone that I could send an email to about my issue and if so where would I find contact details

thanks kath

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