Energy Policy WA Public Interest Disclosure

The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2003 (the PID Act) allows people to make disclosures about wrongdoing in public authorities, including the State’s public sector. 

The PID Act outlines important information about what may be disclosed, who it must be disclosed to (an authorised PID Officer), and also provides for the protection of people who make a public interest disclosure, as well as those who may be subject of a public interest disclosure.

If you have seen, heard or know of something you believe is unlawful or improper and you’re thinking about making a public interest disclosure, we strongly encourage you to:

Those wishing to make a disclosure of public interest information under the PID Act are encouraged to do so in writing. Energy Policy WA’s Public Interest Disclosure Lodgement Form is available to assist you define the details of your disclosure. A copy of the form is available below. Disclosures can be emailed to one of the PID Officers listed on the Public Sector Commission’s PID Officer Contact Directory.

Energy Policy WA’s internal procedures provide further information on how it deals with and processes public interest disclosures. A copy of the procedures can be obtained upon request.

Further information

Please visit the Public Sector Commission website for further information about public interest disclosures.

Page reviewed 4 December 2020