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Referrals to another agency (s 201(a)(v) LEIC Act, s 15 LEIC Regulations)

Table 26: Corruption issues referred by the Integrity Commissioner to a government agency for investigation in 2019–20 under s 26(1)(b) or s 26(1)(c)—by type of corruption as assessed upon receipt

ACIC

AFP

DAWE

AUSTRAC

Dept Home Affairs

TOTAL

Abuse of office [s 6(1)(a)]

0

(4)

21

(28)

8

(14)

0

(0)

57

(24)

86

(70)

Pervert the course of justice [s 6(1)(b)]

0

(0)

2

(2)

0

(0)

0

(0)

1

(0)

3

(2)

Corruption of any other kind [s 6(1)(c)]

1

(0)

8

(3)

0

(2)

0

(0)

13

(2)

22

(7)

Total corruption issues referred for investigation in 2019–20

1

(4)

31

(33)

8

(16)

0

(0)

71

(26)

111

(79)

Table 27: How these corruption issues were dealt with

ACIC

AFP

DAWE

AUSTRAC

Dept Home Affairs

TOTAL

Investigation managed by ACLEI
[s 26(1)(b)(i)]

0

(0)

0

(0)

0

(0)

0

(0)

1

(0)

1

(0)

Investigation oversighted by ACLEI [s.26(1)(b)(ii)]

0

(0)

0

(2)

0

(2)

0

(0)

0

(7)

0

(11)

Investigation neither managed nor oversighted by ACLEI [s 26(1)(b)(iii)]

1

(4)

31

(31)

8

(14)

0

(0)

69

(19)

109

(68)

Referred to AFP for investigation
[s 26(1)(c)]

0

(0)

N/A

0

(0)

0

(0)

1

(0)

1

(0)

Total corruption issues referred for investigation in 2019–20

1

(4)

31

(33)

8

(16)

0

(0)

71

(26)

111

(79)

Table 28: Number of corruption issues where investigations by a government agency were finalised in 2019–20

ACIC

AFP

DAWE

AUSTRAC

Dept Home Affairs

TOTAL

Investigation completed
- s 66 report accepted

0

(0)

58

(45)

9

(3)

0

(0)

22

(17)

89

(65)

Discontinued after reconsideration [s 42]

0

(0)

3

(1)

0

(0)

0

(0)

25

(0)

28

(1)

Total23

0

(0)

61

(46)

9

(3)

0

(0)

47

(17)

117

(66)

23. The figures do not include investigations where the agency had provided a s 66 report to ACLEI but ACLEI had not completed consideration of the report by 30 June 2020.