Do you suspect wrongdoing at Council? You may have a public interest disclosure. A public interest disclosure (PID) is a disclosure in the public interest, of information about wrongdoing in the public sector.
For an allegation, to be considered a PID it must be:
public interest information about substantial and specific wrongdoing or danger,
an appropriate disclosure, and
made to a proper authority.
PID information should include:
the name and job title of the person who is the subject of the disclosure,
information about relevant events, dates and places,
the names of people who may be able to provide additional information, and
contact information for you, as the discloser, so you can be contacted and informed about the PID assessment and outcomes.
You are able to submit an anonymous disclosure to Council; however this means that Council cannot contact you to clarify your disclosure or to seek additional information