Given the rapidly developing COVID-19 situation and in consideration of public health, ACLEI is changing its working arrangements and there may be a delay in our response to you.
Please note: At this time, complaints or reports must be made by email (contact [at] aclei.gov.au) or using the reporting forms on our website.
The ACLEI Report Corruption (02) 6141 2345 and Switchboard (02) 6141 2300 phone numbers are being monitored.
ACLEI will continue to assess all complaints and reports that it receives.
ACLEI will correspond via email.
At this time you will not be able to make complaints or reports over the telephone or in person. ACLEI will also not be able to send mail via Australia Post during this time.
For more information about ACLEI’s response to COVID-19, please click here. For information and updates from the Australian Government, please go to www.aus.gov.au
the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (including the former Australian Crime Commission the former CrimTrac Agency and the former National Crime Authority)
the Australian Federal Police (including ACT Policing)
the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)
the Department of Home Affairs (including the Australian Border Force)
prescribed aspects of the Department of Agriculture, and
any other Australian Government agency that is prescribed by regulation under the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006.
Any information provided to ACLEI is received in-confidence.
A person providing information about a corruption issue to ACLEI does not have to give a name, yet should be aware that information given anonymously may be more difficult to investigate. If a person does not want to give their name, they may provide an alias and should arrange a way for further contact to be made.
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 guidelines used by internal decision-makers in regards to notification and referrals provided to the Integrity Commissioner can be found here.Sometimes it may be preferable to pass the information provided (or part of it) onto another government agency better suited to investigate it. If that action may cause a concern, it can be discussed with ACLEI at the time of providing the information.
contact [at] aclei.gov.au
If you have any difficulty downloading documents from this site please contact:
Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity
GPO Box 605
CANBERRA ACT 2601
Tel: 02 6141 2300
Fax: 02 6141 2351
Email: contact [at] aclei.gov.au