Independent Commission against Corruption – Draft Legislation

Public Consultation

The Northern Territory Government is seeking public feedback on draft legislation to establish an Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC). The ICAC will be responsible for restoring and enhancing the integrity and transparency of public administration in the Northern Territory.

The main role of the ICAC is to investigate and deal with allegations of corruption in public administration, including by investigating matters to refer for prosecution.

Public Information Sessions

Public information sessions will be held in the main regional centres across the Territory. The information sessions will highlight key points of the draft legislation and subject matter experts will be available to answer any questions you have. Public information sessions will be held at:

Date

Region

Time

Venue

Monday 3 July

Katherine

1.00pm

1st Floor Conference Room

Government Centre, First Street, Katherine

Wednesday 5 July

Tennant Creek

10.00am

 1st Floor Conference Room

Government House, Peko Road, Tennant Creek

Thursday 6 July

Alice Springs

10.00am

Andy McNeil Room, Alice Springs Town Council

93 Todd Street, Alice Springs

Monday 10 July

Darwin

1.00pm

Territory Conference Room, Development House

76 The Esplande, Darwin

Wednesday 12 July

Nhulunbuy

10.30am

Conference Room

Level 1, 8 Franklyn Street, Nhulunbuy.

Saturday 15 July

Extra Session - Darwin Rural Area10.30am

Taminmin Community Library
 
70 Challoner Circuit, Humpty Doo

Saturday 15 July

Palmerston12.30pm

Rydges Palmerston

Conference Room: Palm B, Level 1

15 Maluka Drive, Palmerston

Please email your submissions to Policy.AGD@nt.gov.au.

Any feedback of comment received by the Department of the Attorney-General and Justice will be treated as a public document unless clearly marked as ‘confidential’.  In the absence of such clear indication, the Department of the Attorney-General and Justice will treat the feedback or comment as non-confidential.  Please do not include any other person’s personal information in your comment—as this may result in your submission not being published in whole or in part. Non-confidential feedback of comments will be made publicly available and published on the Department of the Attorney-General and Justice website.  The Department of the Attorney-General and Justice may draw upon the contents of such and quote from them or refer to them in reports, which may be made publicly available.

Any requests made to the Department of the Attorney-General and Justice for access to a confidential submission, feedback or comment will be determined in accordance with the Information Act.

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Last updated: 14 July 2017