A public interest disclosure (PID) is a disclosure about suspected wrongdoing in the public sector. Allegations about wrongdoing in the public sector, by public sector workers and members of the public, help to uncover corruption and other misuses of public resources.
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010 (PID Act) encourages the disclosure of information about suspected wrongdoing in the public sector so that it can be properly evaluated and, if necessary, appropriately investigated.
Find out about Public Interest Disclosures
What is a PID? What are PID protections? What is the role of the Queensland Ombudsman?
How do Public Sector Entities manage PIDs?
Make a Public Interest Disclosures
Make a PID to a public sector entity about its conduct or conduct of its staff
Make a PID to a public sector entity that has the power to remedy or investigate or to a Member of Parliament
Public Interest Disclosures Resources
PID Act, PID Standard, fact sheets and guides