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Report a corruption issue

The Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (ACLEI) investigates corruption issues involving staff members and former staff members of:

  • Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
  • Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (including the Australian Crime Commission, the former CrimTrac Agency and the former National Crime Authority)
  • Australian Federal Police (including ACT Policing)
  • Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
  • Australian Securities and Investments Commission
  • Australian Taxation Office
  • the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)
  • Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, and
  • the Department of Home Affairs (including the Australian Border Force)

The Integrity Commissioner seeks to ensure that all corruption issues are properly addressed. All information provided to ACLEI is assessed for its suitability for investigation and may be retained or collated with other information to inform decision-making at a later date.

The information you provide to ACLEI will be handled in accordance with relevant privacy laws and the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006 (the LEIC Act). Please be aware that the Integrity Commissioner may be required under the LEIC Act to provide information about your complaint to the head of the agency it refers to.

What information do you wish to report?

Description of corruption issue, information or incident

  • If the information relates to a particular incident, when did this corruption issue or incident occur? If you don't know the exact date, please provide as much information as you can.
  • Where did this corruption issue or incident occur (if relevant)?
  • Names of people involved (if known).
  • Please provide their employer and/or work location (if known) and any other information that you think would be helpful.
Files must be less than 10 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png txt pdf doc docx xls xlsx.

How can ACLEI contact you?

You do not need to give your name if you do not want to, but be aware that information given anonymously may be more difficult to assess or investigate. If you do not want to give your name, we still encourage you to provide a way for ACLEI to contact you.

How your information may be treated