About APSACC 2019

The Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) is the leading anti-corruption event in Australia, with its focus on preventing, exposing and responding to corrupt conduct and corruption risks in public institutions, including all levels of government, elected bodies, the judiciary, police and statutory bodies.

APSACC 2019 - ‘Identifying challenges, finding solutions’ will be held from Tuesday 29 to Thursday 31 October 2019 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. It will provide opportunities for anti-corruption and other agencies, academia, the private sector and other practitioners to discuss and share their experience and expertise. 

The conference will comprise plenary sessions, discussion panels and workshops that focus on research, trends, case studies and new methods for preventing, investigating and exposing corruption. The conference will also provide opportunities for developing professional networks across areas of expertise and jurisdictions.

APSACC 2019 will be hosted by Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC), in partnership with:

  • Crime and Corruption Commission, Queensland

  • Independent Commission Against Corruption, New South Wales

  • Corruption and Crime Commission, Western Australia

  • Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, South Australia

  • Integrity Commission, Tasmania

  • Law Enforcement Conduct Commission, New South Wales

  • Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity.

Each organisation has its own charter to combat corruption and misconduct and to help strengthen public sector integrity.

Held biennially, APSACC was previously hosted in 2017 by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (NSW) and the Crime and Corruption Commission (QLD).



Registration is now open for APSACC 2019. Click here to register. Registrations close at AEST 5pm, Thursday 24 October (or when full venue capacity is reached).

Who should attend?

  • Public sector executives and managers

  • Corruption prevention specialists

  • Governance managers

  • Local government executives

  • Planning specialists

  • Senior police officers

  • University executive members

  • Academics

  • Business analysts

  • Change managers

  • Policy advisers

  • Internal auditors

  • Investigators.