How to make a public interest disclosure

If you have information about wrongdoing in the public sector, it is in the interests of all Queenslanders that you disclose that information to someone with the power to act.

Disclosures by members of the public and public sector employees help uncover corruption, misuse of public resources and poor administration.  Reporting wrongdoing allows the matter to be investigated and action taken.  This stops the corruption, misuse of resources or wrongdoing from continuing and helps public sector agencies prevent it happening again. 

The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010 encourages people to make public interest disclosures and provides protections to those who do.

Learn more about how to make a public interest disclosure and what support and information agencies must provide:


Last updated: Wednesday, 31 October 2018 12:38:30 PM