Public Interest Disclosures
The Public interest Disclosures Act 2012 (Vic.) is designed to help people make disclosures about improper conduct within the public sector without fear of reprisal. The Act aims to make the public sector more open and accountable by encouraging people to make disclosures and protecting them when they do.
Museums Victoria is committed to the aims and objectives of the Act. Museums Victoria does not tolerate improper conduct by its staff, or the taking of reprisals against those who disclose such conduct.
Museums Victoria is not a public body to which disclosures may be made. Disclosures of improper conduct or detrimental action relating to Museums Victoria need to be made to the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC). More information about public interest disclosure and the Public Interest Disclosures Act 2012 (Vic.) is available at the Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission (IBAC) website.
Museums Victoria has procedures for protecting people who make disclosures from detrimental action by Museums Victoria or its staff, which are available below.
Museums Victoria's Protected Disclosure Coordinator:
Chief Operating Officer
GPO Box 666
Melbourne VIC 3001