The Western Australian community has the right to expect an effective public sector with good governance, systems, processes, and integrity.
Every Western Australian comes into contact with the public service and many interact with a number of different public authorities.
While the vast majority of elected officials and public servants are good, ethical people, a small number are not. For some public officers, the working environment in government delivers temptation and opportunity – and they give in to it for the sake of money, power, influence or adulation to which they are not entitled. This can constitute serious misconduct and corruption.
The Commission can’t identify and disrupt corruption across the entire WA public sector on its own. It is everyone's business to report and act against corruption. Anyone can, and is encouraged to, report any reasonable suspicion of corruption and serious misconduct and provide any information that may be of assistance to the Commission.
Every allegation received by the CCC is taken seriously and is formally assessed and, if warranted, investigated.
If you have a reasonable suspicion that serious misconduct or corruption is taking place in the WA public sector, make a confidential allegation now.
For more information on the difference between misconduct and serious misconduct, and the reporting obligations for heads of WA government agencies, please read Notifying misconduct - a guide for Principal Officers of notifying authorities.
How to report corruption to the CCC
|Online||Report serious misconduct|
9.00am - 4.00pm
1800 803 186
Alternatively, if you wish to call the Commission to make an allegation, please leave a voicemail detailing the nature of your call and provide contact details.
|Fax||(08) 9215 4884|
PO Box 330
9.00am - 4.00pm
Level 5, 45 Francis Street,