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|22 Nov 2016||The ICAC to visit Mount Gambier||
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) will visit Mount Gambier as part of regional education program
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, the Hon. Bruce Lander QC will...
|27 Oct 2016||Prosecutions pending||On 12 September 2016 a 61-year-old woman from Hawthorn was arrested following an investigation by my office. The woman who is employed as a public officer has been charged with 74 counts of abuse of...||Public Statement|
|26 Sep 2016||The ICAC to visit Port Lincoln||
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) will visit Port Lincoln as part of regional education program
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, the Hon. Bruce Lander QC, will...
|01 Sep 2016||Where is the integrity line?||Research tells us that the vast majority of people are disinclined to steal money from their social club chocolate box. However, they might occasionally help themselves to a chocolate. Are these two...||Newsletter|
|01 Sep 2016||ICAC Newsletter - September 2016||
1 WHERE IS THE INTEGRITY LINE?
2 THE NORTHERN TERRITORY ICAC
2 EDUCATION UPDATE
3 FACT OR FICTION
4 PROSECUTION UPDATE
4 WHO DECIDES THE SANCTION?
|11 Aug 2016||ICAC appointed Judicial Conduct Commissioner||In January 2015 the Attorney-General announced the government’s intention to introduce a Judicial Conduct Commissioner that would provide an independent avenue for the making of complaints about the...||Media Release|
|15 Jun 2016||Prosecution pending||
As a result of a joint investigation between my office and the Anti-Corruption Branch of SAPOL, a 36-year-old Modbury woman was arrested on 17 May 2016.
The woman who is employed as a public...
|01 Apr 2016||The problem of maladministration||
Why it can hurt more than corruption
As the name suggests, the South Australian Independent Commissioner Against Corruption is charged with stamping out corruption in South Australian public...
|01 Apr 2016||Why should you report corruption?||If you are a public officer you should report corruption because you have a mandatory obligation to do so. However, even if you did not have an obligation by law, a sense of justice, fairness and...||Newsletter|
|01 Apr 2016||Recruitment - What could possibly go wrong?||The South Australian public sector and local government employs over 100,000 people, making them the State’s largest employment sector. Given that people are the most valuable asset of every agency...||Newsletter|
|01 Apr 2016||ICAC Newsletter - April 2016||
1 WHY SHOULD YOU REPORT CORRUPTION?
2 PROSECUTION UPDATE
2 FACT OR FICTION
3 EDUCATION UPDATE
4 THE PROBLEM OF MALADMINISTRATION
|22 Mar 2016||Prosecutions pending||On 25 February 2016, five public officers employed or formerly employed by a South Australian public authority were charged with a combined total of 31 counts of dishonesty and one count of breaching...||Public Statement|
|16 Mar 2016||Prosecution pending||
On 10 February 2016 ICAC investigators arrested a 47 year old Port Victoria woman who was employed as a public officer in South Australian public administration.
The woman has been charged with 62...
|03 Mar 2016||Prosecution pending||As a result of an investigation by my office, a 59 year old woman from Windsor Gardens has been arrested and charged with 36 counts of deception. The alleged offences occurred between November 2009...||Public Statement|
|18 Nov 2015||The ICAC to visit Ceduna||
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption to conduct ICAC education sessions in Ceduna
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, the Hon. Bruce Lander QC, will be in Ceduna on...
|01 Nov 2015||ICAC Newsletter - November 2015||
1 RATIONALISING WRONGDOING
2 COMMISSIONER PUBLISHES GILLMAN REPORT
2 CAB CHARGES
3 INVESTIGATIONS UPDATE
3 FACT OR FICTION
3 EDUCATION UPDATE
|01 Nov 2015||Cab charges - What could possibly go wrong?||The introduction of Cab Charge in the seventies was somewhat of a mini revolution of convenience in local business travel. You could attend meetings and functions by hailing a cab, without the bother...||Newsletter|
|01 Nov 2015||Rationalising wrongdoing||People generally like to think of themselves as inherently good and honest and for the most part this is probably true. However, the majority of people have at some stage in their lives done...||Newsletter|
|14 Oct 2015||Report - Sale of State owned land at Gillman||
I announced earlier this year that I would investigate the transaction involving the sale of State owned land at Gillman, to Adelaide Capital Partners Pty Limited.
I have now completed and...
|06 Aug 2015||Executive arrested after ICAC investigation||My office has been undertaking an investigation into the conduct of public officers employed by a state government statutory corporation and other persons. As a result of information gathered during...||Public Statement|
|30 Jun 2015||Public Inquiries - Legislative reviews completed||In October 2014, the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, the Hon. Bruce Lander QC announced that, at the request of the Deputy Premier and Attorney-General, the Hon. John Rau MP, he would...||Media Release|
|22 Jun 2015||Prosecution pending||As a result of a report made to my office, which I assessed as raising a potential matter of corruption under the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2012 (ICAC Act), I commenced an...||Public Statement|
|12 May 2015||The ICAC in the Riverland||
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption to conduct ICAC seminars in the Riverland
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, the Hon. Bruce Lander QC, will be in Berri on 20 and 21 May...
|11 May 2015||Prosecution pending||On referral from my office, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has charged a 56-year-old man from Point Lonsdale, Victoria with abuse of public office in South Australian public administration...||Public Statement|
|04 May 2015||Investigation outcome||Section 56 of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2012 (ICAC Act) prevents the publication of information tending to suggest that a particular person is, has been, may be, or may have...||Public Statement|