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 concerning a public body (e.g. awarding of 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.