Important changes to the Office for Public Integrity
The Office for Public Integrity became an independent stand-alone body on Thursday 7 October 2021. We appreciate your patience during this transition period, and will respond to any queries as soon as possible. More information will be added to this website shortly.
Making a complaint is easy and important. Our online forms will guide you through the process.
The forms do not have a save option, so it is important to gather all relevant information before you start.
Things to consider
Some things you might consider:
- Are you clear about who and what you are making a complaint or report about?
- Can you provide names and positions of people involved in the conduct?
- Can you provide names of people who may also have information about the conduct?
- Can you provide details about the conduct including when and where it happened and when you became aware of it?
- Do you have information about any documented evidence?
- Has this matter been reported elsewhere and do you know the outcome?
- You must not make a false or misleading statement in a complaint or report.
- You must not attempt to prevent someone from making a complaint or report.
- You must comply with confidentiality requirements.