Public Interest Disclosures

Public Interest Disclosures

Under the Northern Territory Public Interest Disclosures Act it is a criminal offence to take detrimental action in reprisal against a person who makes a disclosure alleging corruption, improper conduct or wrongdoing by the University, or by an officer or staff member of the University, or by a member of the University's Council.

Persons wishing to make a disclosure about alleged corruption, improper conduct or wrongdoing by the University (this includes a disclosure about detrimental action taken, or proposed to be taken, against a person in reprisal for a disclosure of corruption, improper conduct or wrongdoing) may do so directly to the Vice-Chancellor or the Commissioner for Public Interest Disclosures.

Contacts

Charles Darwin University Vice-Chancellor
E: vc@cdu.edu.au

Brenda Monaghan
Commissioner for Information and Public Interest Disclosures
E: brenda.monaghan@nt.gov.au

The Office of the Commissioner for Public Interest Disclosures Northern Territory
Level 7, 9-11 Cavenagh Street
Darwin NT 0800
T: 1800 250 918
E: blowthewhistle@nt.gov.au
W: www.blowthewhistle.nt.gov.au

For more information refer to the University’s Public Interest Disclosures Procedures (PDF 73KB) and visit the Northern Territory Commissioner for Public Interest Disclosures.