ICAC Awareness for Public Officers

The Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) and the Office for Public Integrity (OPI) are designed to safeguard and enhance confidence in the integrity of public administration in South Australia.

ICAC regularly holds awareness sessions, workshops and seminars to assist public officers and public authorities to comply with their obligations and prevent corruption, misconduct and maladministration in public administration.

This information and awareness seminar is conducted by the Deputy Independant Commissioner Against Corruption, Michael Riches. The Deputy Commissioner will describe the role and functions of ICAC and the OPI, and explain the reporting obligations all South Australian public officers and public authorities must follow.

Michael Riches, Deputy Independant Commissioner Against Corruption bio:

Michael Riches is South Australia’s (SA’s) first Deputy Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.

He was previously the Chief Executive Officer of the ICAC and the Office for Public Integrity.

His career commenced in the Crime Prevention Unit of the Attorney-General’s Department, before joining SA Police. After obtaining a Bachelor of Law and Legal Practice, he worked as a solicitor in the Police Legal Branch before moving to the Crown Solicitor’s Office, where he worked in the Civil Litigation Section, Advising Section and as counsel in the Crown Counsel Section. He holds an Honours Degree in Law and Legal Practice, a Degree in Arts and a Diploma in Public Safety.

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Available Sessions

Thursday, 19 March 2020

9:15am registration for a 9:30am start to 10:30am close

Theatrette, 55 Currie Street, Adelaide SA