ARBV public interest disclosures

Our public interest disclosure procedure.

A public interest disclosure is a complaint that relates to ‘corrupt or improper conduct’ by a public officer or a public body.

‘Corrupt or improper conduct’ includes when someone:

  • mismanages public resources
  • creates a risk to public health or safety, or the environment
  • engages in corrupted behaviour.

Making a public interest disclosure 

To make a public interest disclosure, you must contact the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) Victoria.

Your complaint can be anonymous. The ARBV’s public interest disclosures procedure below will ensure that you are protected from any negative impact you might experience from making the complaint, such as intimidation or threats.

Public interest disclosures procedure