Right to Information
The Integrity Commission's complaints function is generally exempt from provisions of the Right to Information Act 2009.
However, requests may be made for information that relates to the administration of the Commission, in accordance with Section 6 of the Act. Right to Information legislation does not apply to Commission information regarding complaints or investigations.
The Commission routinely makes information available on its activities and performance on this website, in its Annual Report , in other reports tabled in the Tasmanian Parliament, in publications such as brochures distributed through Service Tasmania shops and fact sheets and in presentations and training materials.
How to apply
If you cannot find the administrative information you want through the Commission's website or publications, contact us and we may be able to help you.
You can also apply for information not readily available through a formal process. This involves a request for an assessed disclosure, which should be made in writing.
The RTI Act determines that a fee applies for an application. The fee is currently $37.00 and it may be waived in some circumstances, such as if the applicant is the holder of a Health Care Card or can demonstrate that the information is of public interest or benefit.
An applicant may seek a review by the Ombudsman of an Integrity Commission decision relating to the application for assessed disclosure, in some instances.
Download the application form:
Right to Information application form (PDF 183.7 KB)
The form can be emailed to the RTI Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to GPO Box 822, Hobart TAS 7001.