Case Reports - findings of wrongdoing
Case Reports are tabled in Parliament when, at the conclusion of an investigation into a disclosure, the Commissioner concludes that wrongdoing has occurred as defined by the Act.
The purpose of investigations into disclosures is, according to the Act, to bring the findings of wrongdoing to the attention of the organization's chief executive and to make recommendations for corrective action.
Under subsection 38(3.3) of the Act, the Commissioner must report to Parlimament founded cases of wrongdoing within 60 days after the conclusion of the investigation.
The following are the Case Reports tabled to date before Parliament.