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22 Jun 2022
Two corruption findings were made that 2 employees of Home Affairs engaged in corrupt conduct by falsifying medical certificates.
  • Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) including the Australian Border Force
  • Investigation Reports
9 Jun 2022
Corruption findings were made that 2 locally engaged employees at the Australian High Commission in Phnom Penh, Cambodia had improperly accessed information relating to visa applications.
  • Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) including the Australian Border Force
  • Investigation Reports
9 Jun 2022
Corruption findings were made against 4 Home Affairs employees who had engaged in corrupt conduct by making and approving fraudulent Tourist Refund Scheme claims totalling $139,480.56 and benefitted from the refunds. The employees were prosecuted.
  • Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) including the Australian Border Force
  • Investigation Reports
9 Jun 2022
An own-initiative investigation following Operation Fortescue involving an in depth examination of the Tourist Refund Scheme to identify whether ABF officers had engaged in corrupt conduct. The investigation did not identify systemic corruption.
  • Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) including the Australian Border Force
  • Investigation Reports
7 Jun 2022
Corruption prevention sits at the core of ACLEI’s vision, purpose and objectives. Our efforts over the next few years will focus on growing our capability and capacity, developing integrity benchmarks and embedding and amplifying key learnings.
  • Prevention resources