Reporting corruption and misconduct

Due to limited resources, Transparency International Australia unfortunately does not work on individual cases of corruption

We are sorry we are unable to provide direct support to individuals who want to report corruption or misconduct.

Our office engages in strategic advocacy to tackle the flaws in our system that allow bribery and corruption to occur – both in the public and private sector. Through this work, we hope to ensure that fewer individuals are impacted by the devastating impact of corruption, and that our government and our economy better serve the community.

Other agencies that can receive reports of corruption and misconduct include:
At the national level:

The Commonwealth Ombudsman

The Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (ACLEI)

The Australian Federal Police and the AFP’s Fraud & Corruption Centre

The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority


At the state and territory level:


The Australian Capital Territory Ombudsman

The Australian Capital Territory Integrity Commission


The New South Wales Ombudsman

The New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption


The Northern Territory Ombudsman

The Northern Territory Office of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption


The Queensland Ombudsman

The Queensland Crime and Corruption Commission


The South Australian Ombudsman

The South Australian Independent Commissioner Against Corruption


The Tasmanian Ombudsman

The Tasmanian Integrity Commission


The Victorian Ombudsman

The Victorian Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission


The Western Australian Ombudsman

The Western Australian Corruption and Crime Commission