25 May 2017

Public Statement: Oakden

The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, the Hon. Bruce Lander QC, has released a public statement.

ICAC is commencing a maladministration investigation with respect to the management of services and care at the Oakden Older Persons Mental Health Facility.

Read the public statement

8 May 2017

Media Release: Who and what can the ICAC investigate?

The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption has issued a media release regarding the jurisdiction of his office.

Read the media release

27 April 2017

Online complaint and report form offline for maintenance

Please note our online complaint and report form will be offline from 4pm-7pm today, Thursday 27 April.

If you do not think you can complete your complaint or report by 4pm, please do not start the form until the scheduled maintenance has been completed.

We apologise for any inconvenience. You can contact the OPI by phone on 8207 1777 to make your complaint or report during this time.

5 April 2017

Changes to the ICAC Act, April 2017

On 1 April 2017, a number of legislative changes to the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2012 (ICAC Act) came into effect.

This factsheet summarises the most recent changes. The ICAC Act can be accessed via the ICAC website.

9 March 2017

Media Release: Public Trustee evaluation

The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption is to conduct an evaluation of the practices, policies and procedures of the Public Trustee.

The evaluation will commence before the end of the month and will proceed with the aim to have it completed as quickly as possible.

Read the media release

3 March 2017

Police complaints change coming

Later this year, significant changes to the way complaints about South Australian police officers are managed will be implemented.

The changes have come about as a result of the South Australian Parliament introducing new legislation governing these complaints. The Police Complaints and Discipline Act 2016 was drafted in response to recommendations made by the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption in his review of the legislative scheme that governs the oversight and management of complaints about police.

The new legislative scheme, which is expected to come into effect on 4 September 2017, aims to manage complaints about police in a more efficient, effective and appropriate manner.

At present you can make a complaint about police to the Office for Public Integrity (OPI), SAPOL or the Police Ombudsman.

Under the new scheme, the Office of the Police Ombudsman will be abolished, and oversight of police complaints will shift to the OPI.

Come 4 September 2017, all new complaints must be directed to either the OPI or SAPOL. Oversight of any open complaints previously being dealt with by the Police Ombudsman will automatically transfer to the OPI.

To make a complaint about police or any public officer, contact the OPI on 8207 1777 or complete the online form.

Read the factsheet.

27 February 2017

Commissioner's next Awareness session, 2 May

Thank you to all public officers and members of the public who attended the Commissioner's awareness session on Monday 27 February.

Registrations are now open for the Commissioner's next free seminar on Tuesday 2 May, from 9:30-10:30am in the Theatrette at 55 Currie St, Adelaide.

Register for the May session.

30 January 2017

Commissioner's next Awareness session, 27 February

Please note that the ICAC Awareness session scheduled for Tuesday 31 January has been postponed to Monday 27 February.

We apologise for any inconvenience. Register for the February session.

20 January 2017

ICAC Newsletter: Issue Six published

The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption has published the sixth edition of its newsletter.

The January 2017 issue features a study on dishonesty, education and prosecution updates, information about legislative changes, and other news from within the organisation.

Read the newsletter