On 31 October 2014, Commissioner Lander announced he would undertake a review of the legislative schemes governing the oversight and management of complaints about police and complaints and reports about public administration in South Australia.

Commissioner Lander determined to conduct the legislative reviews in public. His report containing 29 recommendations was published on 30 June 2015.

A4, 62 pages, PDF 500 KB

ICAC Report - Review of Legislative Schemes

Discussion paper

In February 2015, Commissioner Lander released a discussion paper outlining issues relevant to the review, and made a call for submissions. Submissions closed on 27 March 2015. Public hearings were held on 23, 24, and 28 April 2015.

ICAC Discussion Paper - Review of Legislative Schemes

Submissions to the public inquiry

Submission - Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement (PDF 2.6MB)

Submission - Acting Police Ombudsman (PDF 4.34MB)

Submission - Anthony Wainwright

Submission - Cheltenham Park Residents Association Inc.

Submission - Commissioner for Public Sector Employment

Submission - Commissioner for Victims' Rights

Submission - Environmental Defenders Office

Submission - Ombudsman SA

Submission - Police Association of South Australia (PDF 5.92 MB)

Submission - Police Disciplinary Tribunal

Submission - Public Law and Policy Research Unit - University of Adelaide

Submission - Commissioner for SA Police

Submission - State Coroner

Submission - Tim Prenzler

Public hearing schedule & transcripts

Introduction and Opening StatementThursday, 23 April 2015 (view transcript (updated))
2 Evidence of the Ombudsman SAThursday, 23 April 2015 (view transcript(updated))
3 Evidence of Paul VansettenThursday, 23 April 2015 (view transcript(updated))
4 Evidence of South Australia Police 24 April 2015Friday, 24 April 2015 (view transcript(updated))
5 Evidence of Julie Wilson 24 April 2015Friday, 24 April 2015 (view transcript(updated))
6 Evidence of the Police Association of South AustraliaTuesday, 28 April 2015 (view transcript(updated))
7  Evidence of the Police OmbudsmanTuesday, 28 April 2015 (view transcript(updated))
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