Public Interest Disclosure
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2018 (PID Act) creates a new scheme from 1 July 2019 that:
- encourages and facilitates the appropriate disclosure of public interest information to certain people or authorities
- provides protections for those who make appropriate public interest disclosures
- sets out processes for dealing with disclosures
- ensures disclosures cannot be ignored.
Further information about the PID Act can be found at:
- the Independent Commission Against Corruption website
- the Office for Public Integrity website, or
- the Office of the Commissioner for Public Sector Employment’s website.
Making a public interest disclosure
Appropriate public information disclosures raise potential issues of corruption, misconduct or maladministration in public administration.
If you wish to make a public interest disclosure, via the Department of Human Services, you can email or phone one of our responsible officers who will treat your disclosure confidentiality and efficiently, and ensure it is investigated.
- Tony Allwood - Internal Audit Manager
Email Tony.Allwood@sa.gov.au or phone 8415 4347
- Nick Ashley - Chief Financial Officer
Email Nick.Ashley@sa.gov.au or phone 0406 040 473
- Kelly Biggins - Director, Office of the Chief Executive
Email Kelly.Biggins3@sa.gov.au or phone 0411 049 912
- Sue-Ann Charlton - Executive Director, Performance and People
Email Sue-Ann.Charlton@sa.gov.au or phone 0412 041 382
- Nicole Deacon - Director, Human Resources, Wellbeing and Safety
Email Nicole.Deacon@sa.gov.au or phone 8413 9068 or 0466 135 325
- Stewart Dodd - Director Incident Management
Email Stewart.Dodd2@sa.gov.au or phone 0434 074 711
You can also email our secure and confidential general disclosure address: DHS_PID@sa.gov.auPage last updated : 02 Nov 2021