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Ombudsman Tasmania administers Tasmania’s whistleblowing legislation, the Public Interest Disclosures Act 2002 (Tas).

This Act offers protection for public officers who disclose improper conduct and also requires certain types of disclosures to be investigated.

We can receive disclosures regarding public bodies, public officers, State Service agencies and people employed under the Parliamentary Privilege Act 1898 (Tas).

If you’re considering making a disclosure or are unsure about which organisation can accept it, contact Ombudsman Tasmania, the Commission or seek legal advice.

This page was last updated on 11 Jul 2019.