Our approach to doing business
The Public Sector Commission is a central agency responsible for setting ethical standards, promoting integrity and helping to prevent misconduct across the WA government sector.
We observe the highest standards of integrity at all times and expect those doing business with us do the same to help us deliver public value.
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If you are concerned about the conduct of Commission staff or feel we have not upheld the expectations in this statement, email email@example.com. Alternatively you can report wrongdoing though one of the pathways below.
Public interest disclosure
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2003 enables people to make disclosures about wrongdoing in the WA government sector without fear of reprisal and protects them when they do.
If you wish to lodge a public interest disclosure we encourage you to contact one of our PID officers before lodging a disclosure using our lodgement form. All contact and discussions are treated with the strictest confidence.
The Corruption and Crime Commission assesses, investigates and exposes serious misconduct in the WA public sector and misconduct in the WA Police Force.
You can report corruption online or via:
T: 1800 803 186
Post: PO Box 330, Northbridge Post Shop WA 6865
In person: Level 5, 45 Francis Street, Northbridge WA 6003 (9 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday)