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Integrity Matters newsletter

A quarterly newsletter from the office of the Commissioner containing relevant news, education resources and general interest articles.

Current issue

The first issue of Integrity Matters features information about the ICAC public integrity survey and looks at lessons learned from the Evaluation of SafeWork SA. You will also hear from Fraser Stroud, Director OPI, about how the new scheme for addressing complaints and reports about police is fairing after 18 months of operation.

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Past issues

Issue No. Date Topics Online Version
8 January 2018 Public integrity is great, but what is it | Corruption and corrosion | Every day is anti-corruption day | Oakden, education and prosecution updates View online
7 September 2017 Police complaints | Public Trustee evaluation | Oakden investigation | Does the Commissioner moonlight as the Ombudsman | Senate Committee evidence | Education and prosecution updates View online
6 January 2017 Why you should sweat the small stuff | How can you know what's not known | Legislative changes | Commissioner appoints new CEO | JCC | Education and prosecution updates View online
5 September 2016 Where is the integrity line | The NT ICAC | Fact or fiction | Who decides the sanction | JCC | Education and prosecution updates view online
4 April 2016 Why should you report corruption | Fact or fiction | Recruitment | The problem of maladministration | Education and prosecution updates View online
3 November 2015 Rationalising wrongdoing | Commissioner publishes Gillman report | Cab charges | Fact or fiction | Are volunteers public officers | Case study | Investigations, education and legislative updates View online
2 April 2015 What can I say | Office for Public Integrity | Gillman | Fact or fiction | Public inquiries | The importance of reporting early | Education and prosecution updates View online
1 January 2015 The road to one | Public inquiries into legislative schemes | Public versus private | Legislative change | Contractors as public officers | Who is 'ICACing' the ICAC | Education program and memoriam View online