The office of the Independent Commissioner (ICAC) prioritises the wellbeing of its staff and the general public. Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the building has been locked down and the office of the ICAC will not be accepting face-to-face meetings, reports or deliveries. All reports must be lodged via our website using the online report submission option or by emailing email@example.com. By emailing or reporting online, you will ensure that your matter is referred to an Assessment Officer in the event the office is required to close. We apologise in advance for any delays in service and responses that may be caused this time.
For news and updates, visit www.coronavirus.nt.gov.au.
To foster public institutions that actively resist corruption by putting public interest first, and provide transparency and certainty in the provision of service to all Territorians.
The Office of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) can investigate a wide range of improper conduct of persons/bodies previously outside the jurisdiction of Northern Territory ‘watchdog’ bodies. This includes Members of the Legislative Assembly, courts, tribunals, local government councils and independent officers.
The ICAC also has significant powers to protect people who have assisted or may assist in detecting, preventing, investigating or otherwise responding to improper conduct.
Reports made to the Office of the ICAC are legally protected, can be made anonymously, and are confidential.