Who can a disclosure be made about?
Anyone who has committed a wrongdoing within or relating to a public body may have a disclosure made about them, namely:
- A member of the personnel of a public body, regardless of rank;
- Any person, business, group or other entity who or that commits a wrongdoing relating to a public body subject to the Act (e.g. in carrying out a contract or awarding financial assistance).
You may know that wrongdoing has occurred without knowing exactly who did it. This should not prevent you from disclosing the information you have.