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Our response to COVID-19

Updated 18 November 2020

In line with South Australia’s new COVID-19 ‘Circuit Breaker’ restrictions announced on 18 November 2020, the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) has directed her staff and staff from the Office for Public Integrity (OPI) to work from home.

As of 5pm Wednesday 18 November 2020 the OPI will operate remotely and will not be able to receive telephone calls or visitors.

Making a complaint or report

If you wish to make a complaint or report about corruption, misconduct or maladministration in South Australian public administration you can do so via the online form or via email: 

It is not possible to make a complaint or report via telephone at this time.

Contacting us

Enquiries can be directed to the OPI via email:

If you wish to contact a particular ICAC or OPI staff member, in the first instance it is best to email or phone them directly. If you do not have their contact details please first contact the OPI via email:

Sending us documents

Where possible we ask that you send us documents and correspondence via email instead of hard copy via post. 


The ICAC and OPI aim to deal with matters in a timely fashion, however, the recently announced ‘Circuit Breaker’ restrictions will impact our usual timeframes. COVID-19 restrictions will affect most government agencies’ resources and this will affect timelines in dealing with ICAC and OPI matters.

ICAC events and training

On 18 November 2020 all scheduled ICAC events and in-person training activities were cancelled. 

SA public officers are encouraged to register for the ICAC Online Learning Portal and complete the ICAC Induction for Public Officers and ICAC Conflicts of Interest courses.

We thank you for your understanding at this time.