Public interest disclosures

Transport Safety Victoria (TSV) supports disclosures that reveal mismanagement of public resources, corrupt conduct and conduct that risks public health and safety. At the same time we aim to be transparent, professional and accountable for how we conduct our business.

The Public Interest Disclosures Act 2012 (Vic) ensures that people who report improper conduct and corruption in the Victorian public sector (whistleblowers) can do so in the knowledge that they will be protected.

Protections include keeping the identity of the person reporting improper conduct confidential and protecting them from reprisals including bullying, harassment or legal action.

How to make a complaint

The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) is Victoria's agency responsible for preventing and exposing public sector corruption and police misconduct.

Visit the IBAC website for information on:

Members of the public are encouraged to contact us with any complaints or concerns about TSV and its employees. In addition, we encourage employees to raise matters at any time with their managers.

The information provided here is intended as a guide and is not a substitute for the relevant legislation, legal or professional advice.

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