In the interests of transparency and accountability the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption publishes monthly operational statistics on this webpage.
This allows for more timely disclosure of information to the public about the number of matters received by the OPI and how those matters are addressed. On the second Tuesday of each month statistics relevant to the previous month will be published.
While efforts have been made to ensure accuracy, these monthly reports are taken from raw and unreconciled data and may be inconsistent with the yearly statistics that will be reported in the ICAC & OPI Annual Report. The statistics provided in the ICAC & OPI Annual Report will account for duplications, split matters, errors and changes in the way a matter has been dealt with.
June 2021 operational statistics
In June 2021 the OPI received 120 complaints and reports about public administration.
46 of these were complaints and 74 were reports.
South Australia police
In June 2021 the OPI received 120 complaints and reports about South Australia Police.
The OPI also reviewed 71 complaints and reports received by South Australia Police.
A total of 191 complaints and reports were made about police; 149 police complaints and 42 police reports.
In June 2021 four corruption investigations were commenced. Two corruption investigations were finalised and closed.
In total there were 15 corruption investigations active.
In June 2021 no maladministration investigations were commenced. No maladministration investigations were finalised and closed.
There were no maladministration investigation active.
In June 2021 32 matters were referred to an agency for investigation or action.
Seven matters were referred to South Australia Police.
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