Over 600 delegates attended the Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) in Sydney from 15 to 17 November 2022 at the Fullerton Hotel.
Join us at APSACC 2024
The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, Northern Territory, is hosting APSACC 2024 in Darwin.
Conference dates: 30-31 July 2024
Workshop date: 29 July 2024
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APSACC is Australia's leading public sector anti-corruption conference. APSACC attracts over 500 delegates keen to learn the latest trends, research and practices on preventing, exposing and responding to corrupt conduct and corruption risks in the public sector, elected bodies, the judiciary, police and statutory bodies.
The APSACC 2022 program featured more than 50 local and international practitioners and leaders in corruption prevention trends from the public and non-government sectors. Speakers shared their knowledge and insights in conference sessions and during interactive workshops.
The two-day conference program included plenary sessions, discussion panels and workshops, and provided opportunities for developing professional networks across areas of expertise and jurisdictions.
The Hon Dominic Perrottet MP, Premier of New South Wales
The Hon Mark Dreyfus KC MP, Attorney-General of the Commonwealth of Australia
Tom Devine, Legal Director - Government Accountability Project
Dr Delia Ferreira Rubio, Chair - Transparency International
Will Fitzgibbon, Senior Reporter - International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Karen Webb APM, Commissioner - NSW Police Force
The Hon Ann Vanstone QC, Commissioner - South Australian ICAC
The Hon Robert Redlich AM, QC, Commissioner - Victorian IBAC
Jaala Hinchcliffe, Integrity Commissioner - ACLEI
Karen Chang, Director and Chief Executive - New Zealand Serious Fraud Office
Co-hosts and partners
APSACC 2022 was jointly-hosted by the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity, the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption and the NSW Law Enforcement Conduct Commission, in partnership with:
- Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department
- Corruption and Crime Commission, Western Australia
- Crime and Corruption Commission, Queensland
- Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria
- Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, Northern Territory
- Independent Commission Against Corruption, South Australia
- Integrity Commission, Australian Capital Territory
- Integrity Commission, Tasmania
- Public Sector Commission, Western Australia