Will other people know that I made a report to the Corruption and Crime Commission?

All unexplained wealth reports received by the Commission are treated confidentially.

Details about the person making the report, and the information within a report, may be forwarded to an appropriate agency, such as the WA Police Force, the WA Director of Public Prosecutions, the Australian Federal Police, the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, and the Australian Taxation Office.

If you have concerns about your privacy, you can make an anonymous unexplained wealth report to the Corruption and Crime Commission. However, anonymous reports can often be difficult to verify and investigate.

You are encouraged to call the Corruption and Crime Commission on 1800 809 000 if you have concerns about your privacy or are considering making an anonymous unexplained wealth report.


Can I tell other people about a report I made to the Corruption and Crime Commission?

The Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000 (the CPC Act) does not prevent a person who has made an unexplained wealth report from telling anyone.

Discussing the details of your suspected unexplained wealth report should be considered carefully, as this may compromise a potential investigation.