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20 Jul 2017 Prosecutions pending On 23 May 2017, two public officers were charged with criminal offences amounting to corruption under the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act 2012 (ICAC Act). 

A 46-year-old man from...
Public Statement
14 Jun 2017 Prosecutions pending As a result of an investigation undertaken by my office, three people were arrested on 15 and 16 May 2017. 

A 45-year-old woman from Clearview, who is a public officer, has been charged with two...
Public Statement
30 May 2017 Oakden Investigation call for information Last week, whilst appearing before a Parliamentary committee, I announced I would investigate the management of care at the Oakden Older Persons Mental Health Facility. 

My investigation will be...
Public Statement
29 May 2017 Prosecution pending On 24 April 2017, a 61-year-old man from OB Flat was charged with six counts of wilfully making a statutory declaration, knowing that declaration to be untrue in a material particular. A summons... Public Statement
25 May 2017 Maladministration investigation in relation to Oakden The ICAC Act empowers me to investigate potential matters of serious or systemic maladministration in public administration, if I am satisfied that it is in the public interest to do so. In order to... Public Statement
08 May 2017 Who and what can the ICAC investigate? “This morning The Advertiser published an opinion piece by Law Society President, Tony Rossi, which has subsequently raised questions as to whether or not I can investigate a Minister for... Media Release
09 Mar 2017 Public Trustee Evaluation In April 2016 a report was made to the Office for Public Integrity (OPI) alleging that a public officer employed by the Public Trustee had abused her position to unlawfully benefit from one or more... Media Release, The Public Trustee
01 Jan 2017 Why you should sweat the small stuff The moral code and dishonesty

Dan Ariely is a Professor of Psychology and Behavioural Economics at Duke University in North Carolina. His recent research focuses on what drives people to cheat and...
Newsletter
01 Jan 2017 ICAC Newsletter - January 2017 Contents

1     WHY YOU SHOULD SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF
2     HOW CAN YOU KNOW WHAT'S NOT KNOWN?
3     LEGISLATIVE CHANGES
3     EDUCATION UPDATE
4     COMMISSIONER APPOINTS NEW CEO
4     ...
Newsletter
30 Nov 2016 Prosecution pending A report made to the Office for Public Integrity that was assessed as raising a potential matter of corruption, was investigated by my office and a brief of evidence provided to the Director of... Public Statement
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...
Media Release
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...
Media Release
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 Contents

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?
5     ...
Newsletter
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...
Public Statement
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...
Newsletter
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 Contents

1     WHY SHOULD YOU REPORT CORRUPTION?
2     PROSECUTION UPDATE
2     FACT OR FICTION
3     RECRUITMENT
3     EDUCATION UPDATE
4     THE PROBLEM OF MALADMINISTRATION
 
Newsletter
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...
Public Statement
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...
Media Release

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