The Office for Public Integrity exercises its responsibilities based on a number of pieces of legislation.

This includes the:

Complain about the OPI

The OPI is an independent office. This means the way we carry out our functions cannot be directed by a Minister, Chief Executive or other person.

To make sure our powers are being exercised appropriately, the ICAC Reviewer has oversight over our office.

The ICAC Reviewer can receive complaints from members of the public relating to an abuse of power, impropriety or other misconduct on the part of our office.

The role of the ICAC Reviewer is not to review the decisions of the OPI in relation to the outcome of a complaint or report.

Complaints can be made to the reviewer by downloading and completing the complaint form on the reviewer's website.

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For more information, visit the reviewer's website.