This policy provides detailed information about how you can make complaints regarding “corrupt conduct”, “maladministration” and “serious and substantial waste” which you honestly believe occurs or occurred at New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) under the PID Act. The NSW Ombudsman has oversight of the PID Act and section 248 of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 makes the NSWALC a public authority that is reviewable by the NSW Ombudsman.
This policy addresses the relevant provisions of the PID Act that NSWALC must comply with and the policy has been approved by the NSWALC Chief Executive Officer. NSWALC staff who come forward and report wrongdoing will help to promote integrity, accountability and good management within NSWALC.
- “Who can report wrongdoing?”
- What should be reported?
- What’s not a public interest disclosure?
- Reporting pathways