Anyone can use this form, including residents, visitors, members of the public and Council employees. You can report any suspicions, concerns or allegations of fraud and corruption at Sutherland Shire Council by completing the form below.
To assist you to determine if your report relates to fraud and corruption please refer to the following definitions:
- Fraud is intentional deception to secure a benefit.
- Corrupt conduct is deliberate or intentional wrongdoing, not negligence or a mistake. It has to involve or affect a NSW public official or public sector organisation.
If a report is not considered to be related to fraud and corruption it may be referred to the relevant business area for review.
Providing your personal details can assist us in reviewing your report should we need further information. However, you do have the option to be anonymous by not providing your personal details. Any reports made in good faith will be treated with sensitivity.
The form has a series of questions for you to complete and allows you to add attachments, for example photographs or documents. Please provide as much information as possible as this will assist us with the review of your report.
Reporting suspicions of fraudulent or corrupt conduct
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Purpose: To review a report about suspicions, concerns or allegations of fraud and corruption at Sutherland Shire Council
Intended recipients: Sutherland Shire Council staff/contractors.
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Sutherland Shire Council is required to comply with the information protection principles in the Privacy and Personal Information Act 1998 (PPIP Act). These principles regulate the collection, storage, use and disclosure of personal information held by government agencies. Generally, any personal information you provide to Council will only be used and/or disclosed for the Council's purposes, or a directly related purpose, unless you consent to another use or disclosure, in emergencies or as otherwise required or authorised by law.
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