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Complainants should record what happened as soon as possible

IBAC may decide that a complaint does not warrant any action if the person making the complaint did not complain for more than one year after becoming aware of the conduct.

IBAC may decide that a complaint does not warrant any action if the person making the complaint did not complain for more than one year after becoming aware of the conduct. The Commission may ask for a reason for the delay and if not satisfied, my refuse to investigate.

See s. 67—Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011 (Vic).

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