Report suspicions of fraudulent or corrupt conduct

How to raise concerns about fraud or corruption that involves or affects the City of Sydney.

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What you need to do

After you finish 

If you provide your contact details we will acknowledge receipt of your report within 10 working days.

We will consider all of the information you provide and that is available, and then decide whether to investigate.

If a report isn’t considered to be related to fraud and corruption it may be referred to the relevant City of Sydney business area for review in line with our complaint management procedure.

Message from the CEO

The City of Sydney has zero tolerance of fraudulent or corrupt conduct by its City councillors, employees, volunteers, contractors and suppliers to the City. Further, the City does not tolerate detrimental action taken against people who come forward to report suspicions of such conduct.

We are committed to a high standard of ethical and accountable conduct and will support and protect the reporting of wrongdoing.

We will take action to detect, investigate and discipline fraudulent and corrupt conduct. Where appropriate or required by law, we will report fraudulent and corrupt conduct to the Independent Commission Against Corruption and the NSW Police Force.

If you wish to provide information about suspected fraudulent or corrupt conduct, please contact a member of our Governance team or fill in our online reporting form.

Alternatively, we respect your decision to disclose alleged wrongdoing through external reporting avenues.

Monica Barone
Chief Executive Officer
City of Sydney

Information for City of Sydney employees and public officials

  • If you’re a public official and you want to make a protected disclosure relating to suspicions of serious misconduct at the City of Sydney, please refer to the public interest disclosure policy to assess if your report meets the requirements.
  • You can make a report to your manager, supervisor or any director or other disclosure officer. Our officers will be able to assess your public interest disclosure and advise the appropriate course of action. You can find a full list of our disclosures officers and their contact details in the public interest disclosure policy and on CityNet.
    • Disclosures Officer – any Director, Chief People and Culture, or Manager Risk and Governance and some senior staff at each worksite.
    • Disclosures Coordinator – Director Legal and Governance.
  • If you would prefer to make your public interest disclosure externally you can contact the following agencies: