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The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2003 enables people to make disclosures about wrongdoing within the State public sector, local government and public universities without fear of reprisal.
The Act aims to ensure openness and accountability in government by encouraging people to make disclosures and protecting them when they do.
Further information about public interest disclosures can be found in the Public Interest Disclosure section of the Public Sector Commission website.
For further information on making a public interest disclosure about a public authority contact:
Public Interest Disclosure Officer
Ombudsman Western Australia
PO Box Z5386, St Georges Tce, Perth WA 6831
Telephone: (08) 9220 7555
Please mark any correspondence 'Private and Confidential'. Alternatively, call the PID Advice & Referral Line on (08) 6552 8888.