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Whistleblowers' Policy 

The Whistleblowers’ Protection Act aims to protect public interest by exposing serious public sector wrongdoing and ensuring public organisations are responsible and accountable.

A whistleblower is a person who makes a public disclosure about improper conduct by a public body or a public official.

St Vincent’s has procedures and an environment to allow:

  • making of disclosures
  • investigation of disclosed matters
  • protection of people who make disclosures from reprisals.


Disclosures should be made to St Vincent’s Protected Disclosure Representative, Director, People and Corporate Support who can be contacted via the HR Helpdesk on 9288 2820 or by emailing

41 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia. Phone: (03) 9288 2211