MAKE AN INTEGRITY COMPLAINT OR REPORT

Sport Integrity Australia is committed to ensuring Australian sport is fair and safe for all involved.

You can use this form to provide information about matters that threaten the integrity of Australian sport, teams or individuals.

This includes issues such as doping, sports wagering, competition manipulation, illegal drug use, abuse, harassment, bullying, intimidation or discrimination.

Please note - anything in the forms highlighted in red is a mandatory field and must be completed before the form can be submitted.

If you need mental health or wellbeing support, you can contact a support service provider which include:

You may also be eligible to receive support from the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Mental Health Referral Network.

If there is an immediate threat to an individual’s safety, please contact your local law enforcement agency or dial ‘000’. We are not able to assist in emergency
situations.


If you have any information about any doping activity, you can report a Doping Matter.

If you have information about another integrity matter involving alleged Prohibited Conduct (non-doping), you can report Another Integrity Matter.

How are complaints managed?

Anyone can provide information to Sport Integrity Australia about integrity issues in sport. However, what we can do with the information depends on whether the National Sporting Organisation (NSO) or National Sporting Organisation for People with Disability (NSOD) that represents the sport has implemented the National Integrity Framework, and from what date.

The National Integrity Framework is a suite of integrity policies regarding safeguarding children, member protection, competition manipulation and sports wagering, and the misuse of drugs and medicines.

From the date the NSO or NSOD that represents a sport commences operating under the National Integrity Framework policies, Sport Integrity Australia is also appointed to run an independent complaint handling process for that sport under the Complaints, Disputes and Discipline Policy. This means from this commencement date any complaints submitted about that sport will be managed independently and reviewed by integrity experts.

Using this form

When you select a sport from the list below, the form will indicate if the NSO or NSOD that represents that sport has implemented the National Integrity Framework and from what date. Based on this result, the form will provide you with your submission options – a Formal Complaint or Report .

For sports where their NSO or NSOD have implemented the National Integrity Framework:

  • If you want to report an alleged breach of a National Integrity Framework policy (alleged Prohibited Conduct), you can either submit a Formal Complaint, or a Report.
  • Formal complaints must include your personal details, you cannot submit a formal complaint anonymously. This is because your name may need to be disclosed to the person who is alleged to have breached the National Integrity Framework policy (the Respondent) to ensure that the Respondent is able to understand and fully respond to the allegation.
  • If you do not wish to make a formal complaint or do not want to include your name and contact details, but want to tell us something, you can submit a Report.

For sports where their NSO or NSOD have not implemented the National Integrity Framework, or where alleged Prohibited Conduct occurred before the commencement date of the Framework:

  • Complaints should be submitted to the relevant sporting organisation to manage through their complaint handling practices.
  • You can still provide information to Sport Integrity Australia by submitting a Report, however we are not authorised to pursue this matter through a complaint handling process. De-identified information provided in your report may be used to understand the nature of issues in Australian sport and to support the development of programs to prevent and better respond to integrity threats in sport.

If you wish to report separate instances of alleged Prohibited Conduct by different individuals, please submit a form for each instance.

Sport Integrity Australia cannot intervene in complaint proceedings or investigations that are already in progress, nor can we provide legal advice on specific matters.

All information included in this form is transmitted via secure networks and processes. Our legislation ensures that all information, including any personal details you may wish to provide, is treated as confidential and managed in accordance with strict privacy principles.

See our FAQ page for further information.

If you need assistance in understanding how to complete this form, please call 1300 027 232 and select option 3.

Relevant Sport
You can scroll through the list or
start typing the first word in the
name of the sport.


Sport Integrity Australia is not authorised to process complaints regarding an alleged breach of the policies this sport operates under before the commencement date of the National Integrity Framework. You need to submit your complaint to the sport and attempt to resolve the matter through the sport’s processes. You can submit a Report to Sport Integrity Australia about alleged Prohibited Conduct, however we are unable to pursue this matter through a complaint handling process. De-identified information provided in your report may be used to understand the nature of issues in Australian sport and to support the development of programs to prevent and better respond to integrity threats in sport.

A Formal Complaint will begin a formal complaint handling process and
cannot be submitted anonymously. Reports will not be pursued through
a complaint handling process, but can be submitted anonymously.
For more information, see FAQs.
FORMAL COMPLAINT
About You (The Complainant)
State

Please specify the years you were involved in the sport
Leave "End year" blank if you were only involved for a single year

Your role/position in the sport
(if applicable)
You can choose more than one.
Acting on behalf of another person?
For example, on behalf of your child or someone under your care;
or a friend has asked you to submit a complaint.

Please provide the following details about this person. Please be aware, if you are not the legal guardian (for example the parent of a person under 18) or legal representative for this person, we will likely need to contact this person to seek their approval for you to act on their behalf. To assist in this process, please ask them to complete the Authority for Another Person to Act on My Behalf form and attach it to the online form or send it to the email or PO Box address on the form.

A Vulnerable Person is a minor (under 18); or over 18 and unable to take care of themselves
or unable to protect themselves against harm or exploitation by reason of age, illness, trauma
or disability, or other.
Their state

Please specify the years you were involved in the sport
Leave "End year" blank if you were only involved for a single year

Their role/position in the sport
(if applicable)
You can choose more than one.
Details of the person whom the alleged Prohibited Conduct happened to (if applicable)

Please provide the following details about the person/s the alleged Prohibited Conduct happened to. We may seek to contact them for more information about the alleged Prohibited Conduct.

A Vulnerable Person is a minor (under 18); or over 18 and unable to take care of themselves
or unable to protect themselves against harm or exploitation by reason of age, illness, trauma
or disability, or other.
Person's role/position in the sport
(if applicable)
You can choose more than one.
This form can only hold information for up to 10 individuals. If you need to add more people, we ask that you submit another form.
Re-order Full name Date of Birth Preferred contact number Email address Is the person who the alleged Prohibited Conduct happened to a Vulnerable Person? Person’s relationship to you Person’s role/position in sport (if applicable) Is this person aware you are reporting this matter to Sport Integrity Australia? Weight Operations
If unknown, please provide any names they are known by or enter ‘Unknown’
Person’s role/position in sport (if applicable)
more items
Which person or organisation is the complaint about? (The Respondent – the person who allegedly engaged in the Prohibited Conduct)
If unknown, please provide any names they are known by
or enter ‘Unknown’.
Individual Respondent’s role or position
You can choose more than one.
(if known)
(if known)
Alleged Prohibited Conduct by the Respondent

Please just select the Prohibited Conduct which is most relevant to the conduct of the Respondent.
You can choose more than one.
See Definitions of Prohibited Conduct.

Prohibited Conduct can be carried out by more than one person.
This form can only hold information for up to 10 Respondents. If you have more Respondents, we ask that you submit another form for the other Respondents
Re-order Full name of person or organisation (Respondent) Phone number of Respondent Email of Respondent Respondent’s relationship to you Individual Respondent’s role or position Prohibited Conduct under the Member Protection Policy Prohibited Conduct under the Child Safeguarding Policy Other Policies Weight Operations
If unknown, please provide any names they are known by or enter ‘Unknown’
(if known)
(if known)
Enter all that apply above:
  • Administrator (volunteer)
  • Board/Committee member
  • Parent
  • Athlete/player
  • Spectator
  • Coach/Assistant Coach
  • Support personnel
  • Employee (paid)
  • Official
Enter all that apply above:
  • Abuse
  • Bullying
  • Harassment
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Unlawful Discrimination
  • Victimisation
  • Vilification
Enter all that apply above:
  • Child Abuse
  • Grooming
  • Misconduct with a child
  • Request to keep communication secret
  • Supplying alcohol or drugs
  • Supplying medicines
  • Failing to comply with child safe practices and recruitment and screening requirements
  • Failure to report any concerns or allegations of Prohibited Conduct
  • Committing any act that would constitute Prohibited Conduct under the Member Protection Policy
Enter all that apply above:
  • Prohibited Conduct under the National Integrity Framework
  • Prohibited Conduct under the Improper Use of Drugs and Medicine Policy
  • Prohibited Conduct under the Competition Manipulation and Sport Wagering Policy
more items
Please provide relevant date/s, or date range/s (at a minimum provide the year/s).
(e.g. XYZ Sports Club, 1 Smith Street, Perth, WA)

Provide as much information as possible, including details about who was involved, what happened and/or how you found out about the alleged Prohibited Conduct.
If you included the details of more than one Respondent and/or person the Prohibited Conduct happened to above, ensure you include names when you explain how each Respondent was involved and what happened to each person.

Attach any documents or images you would like to include to support your report.
Maximum 5 files.
5 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png, pdf, doc, docx.
Did anyone else witness the alleged conduct?

We may seek witness details during the process.

For example, to a sporting body at any level including a national sporting organisation, a law enforcement agency, or an anti-discrimination or equal opportunity agency?
Representation
 For example, legal or player’s association representation.
Re-order Name Phone number Email address Weight Operations
more items
Declaration

I hereby declare that the information I have provided in this form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand that if I have knowingly provided false information, I may be subject to Disciplinary Action.

I understand that knowingly providing false or misleading information to Sport Integrity Australia may be an offence under the Criminal Code Act 1995.

I accept that the information provided may be used and disclosed for the purposes outlined in the Privacy and Confidentiality Notice.

If your complaint includes information about potential imminent harm, an ongoing risk of harm or information about criminality, we may provide your details or information from your complaint to relevant law enforcement, the sport or other relevant parties.

De-identified information you provide in your complaint may be used to understand trends and patterns of issues that may be present in a sporting organisation. Sport Integrity Australia will look to use this information to better understand the nature of integrity issues in Australian sport, and to support the development of programs to prevent and better respond to integrity threats in sport.

REPORT
About You (The Reporter)
We may contact you for further information.
State

Please specify the years you were involved in the sport
Leave "End year" blank if you were only involved for a single year

Your role/position in the sport
(if applicable)
You can choose more than one.
Acting on behalf of another person

For example, on behalf of your child or someone under your care;
or a friend has asked you to submit a report.

Please provide the following details about this person. Please be aware, if you are not the legal guardian (for example the parent of a person under 18) or legal representative for this person, we may need to contact this person to seek their approval for you to act on their behalf. To assist in this process, please ask them to complete the Authority for Another Person to Act on My Behalf form and attach it to the online form or send it to the email or PO Box address on the form.

A Vulnerable Person is: a minor (under 18); or over 18 and unable to take care of themselves
or unable to protect themselves against harm or exploitation by reason of age, illness, trauma
or disability, or other.
The person’s role/position in the sport
(if applicable)
You can choose more than one.
Details of the person whom the alleged Prohibited Conduct happened to (if applicable)

Please provide the following details about the person/s the alleged Prohibited Conduct happened to. We may seek to contact them for more information about the alleged Prohibited Conduct.

If unknown, please provide any names they are
known by or enter ‘Unknown’

A Vulnerable Person is a minor (under 18); or over 18 and unable to take care of themselves
or unable to protect themselves against harm or exploitation by reason of age, illness, trauma
or disability, or other.
Person’s role/position in the sport
(if applicable)
You can choose more than one.
This form can only hold information for up to 10 individuals. If you need to add more people, we ask that you submit another form.
Re-order Full name Date of Birth Preferred contact number Email address Is the person who the alleged Prohibited Conduct happened to a Vulnerable Person? Person’s relationship to you Person’s role/position in sport (if applicable) Is this person aware you are reporting this matter to Sport Integrity Australia? Weight Operations
If unknown, please provide any names they are known by or enter ‘Unknown’
Person’s role/position in sport (if applicable)
more items
Which person or organisation is the report about? (The person who allegedly engaged in the unacceptable or Prohibited Conduct)
If unknown, please provide any names they are
known by or enter ‘Unknown’
Person’s role or position
You can choose more than one.
(if known)
(if known)
(if known)
Alleged Prohibited Conduct by the person

Please just select the Prohibited Conduct which is most relevant to the conduct of the person. You can choose more than one.
Sports represented by NSOs or NSODs that have not implemented the National Integrity Framework will have their own integrity policies with prohibited (or unacceptable) conduct.
See Definitions of Prohibited Conduct for sports where their NSO or NSOD has implemented the National Integrity Framework.

Prohibited Conduct can be carried out by more than one person.
This form can only hold information for up to 10 people. If you have more people, we ask that you submit another form for the other people.
Re-order Full name of person or organisation Person’s phone number Person’s email Person’s relationship to you Person’s role or position Alleged conduct Prohibited Conduct under the Member Protection Policy Prohibited Conduct under the Child Safeguarding Policy Other Policies Weight Operations
If unknown, please provide any names they are known by or enter ‘Unknown’
(if known)
(if known)
Enter all that apply above:
  • Administrator (volunteer)
  • Board/Committee member
  • Parent
  • Athlete/player
  • Spectator
  • Coach/Assistant Coach
  • Support personnel
  • Employee (paid)
  • Official
for sports represented by NSOs or NSODs that have not implemented the National Integrity Framework
Enter all that apply above:
  • Abuse
  • Bullying
  • Harassment
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Unlawful Discrimination
  • Victimisation
  • Vilification
Enter all that apply above:
  • Child Abuse
  • Grooming
  • Misconduct with a child
  • Request to keep communication secret
  • Supplying alcohol or drugs
  • Supplying medicines
  • Failing to comply with child safe practices and recruitment and screening requirements
  • Failure to report any concerns or allegations of Prohibited Conduct
  • Committing any act that would constitute Prohibited Conduct under the Member Protection Policy
Enter all that apply above:
  • Prohibited Conduct under the National Integrity Framework
  • Prohibited Conduct under the Improper Use of Drugs and Medicine Policy
  • Prohibited Conduct under the Competition Manipulation and Sport Wagering Policy
more items
Please provide relevant date/s, or date range/s
(at a minimum provide the year/s).
(e.g. XYZ Sports Club, 1 Smith Street, Perth, WA)
Provide as much information as possible, including details about who was involved, what happened and/or how you found out about the alleged Prohibited Conduct.
If you included the details of more than one person and/or person the Prohibited Conduct happened to above, ensure you include names when you explain how each person was involved and what happened to each person.
Attach any documents or images you would like to include to support your report.
Maximum 5 files.
5 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png, pdf, doc, docx.
Did anyone else witness the alleged conduct?
Re-order Name Phone number Email address Weight Operations
more items
For example, to a sporting body at any level including a national sporting organisation, a law enforcement agency, or an anti-discrimination or equal opportunity agency?


 

Declaration

I hereby declare that the information I have provided in this form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.

I understand that knowingly providing false or misleading information to Sport Integrity Australia may be an offence under the Criminal Code Act 1995.

I accept that the information provided may be used and disclosed for the purposes outlined in the Privacy and Confidentiality Notice. If your report includes information about potential imminent harm, an ongoing risk of harm or information about criminality, we may provide your details or information from your report to relevant law enforcement, the sport or other relevant parties.

I acknowledge that this report will not be managed through a Sport Integrity Australia complaint handling process and as a result, there will unlikely be any follow-up from Sport Integrity Australia in relation to my report.

De-identified information you provide in your report may be used to understand trends and patterns of issues that may be present in a sporting organisation. Sport Integrity Australia will look to use this information to better understand the nature of integrity issues in Australian sport, and to support the development of programs to prevent and better respond to integrity threats in sport.

REPORT A DOPING MATTER

You can help protect the integrity of Australian sport by reporting doping activities, including but not limited to:

  • the use, or attempted use of performance and image enhancing drugs (PIED) by athletes or sporting teams
  • any attempts to evade, or tamper with the anti-doping testing process
  • the possession or supply of PIEDs to athletes or sporting teams
  • the facilitation of doping, or related activities by athletes or support personnel.

All information is important and the more detail you provide about the incident the better. Sport Integrity Australia strongly encourages you to include as much relevant information as you can, as this will help determine the most appropriate course of action.

We encourage you to provide your details with your information as this strengthens Sport Integrity Australia’s ability to action the information. Whilst you may remain anonymous, consider providing an option for Sport Integrity Australia to contact you in the event we need to obtain further information. This could be a phone number, or you could provide a newly created email address which contains no identifiable details.
 
All information included in the form below is transmitted via secure networks and processes. Our legislation ensures that all information, including any personal details you may wish to provide, is treated as confidential and managed in accordance with strict privacy principles.

Please note that Sport Integrity Australia cannot intervene in legal proceedings or investigations that are already in progress, nor can we provide legal advice on specific matters.

If you need assistance in understanding how to complete this form, please call 1300 027 232 and select option 5.

DOPING MATTERS
Sport
You can scroll through the list or start typing
the first word in the name of the sport.
Which person or organisation is the report about?
If unknown, please provide any names they are
known by or enter ‘Unknown’
Person’s role or position
You can choose more than one.
(if known)
(if known)
(if known)
This form can only hold information for up to 10 people. If you have more people, we ask that you submit another form for the other people.
Re-order Full name of person or organisation Phone number of person Email of person Person’s relationship to you Person’s role or position Weight Operations
If unknown, please provide any names they are known by or enter ‘Unknown’
(if known)
(if known)
Enter all that apply above:
  • Administrator (volunteer)
  • Athlete/player
  • Board/Committee member
  • Coach/Assistant Coach
  • Employee (paid)
  • Official
  • Support personnel
more items
Please provide relevant date/s, or date
range (at a minimum provide the year/s).
(e.g. XYZ Sports Club, 1 Smith Street, Perth, WA)
Provide as much information as possible, including details about who was involved, describe what happened and/or how you found out about the alleged conduct.
If you included the details of more than one person involved in the alleged conduct above, ensure you include names when detailing in your description of what happened.
Attach any documents or images you would like to include to support your report.
Maximum 5 files.
5 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png, pdf, doc, docx.
Did anyone else witness the alleged conduct?
Re-order Name Phone number Email address Weight Operations
more items
For example, to a sporting body at any level including a national sporting organisation, a law enforcement agency, or an anti-discrimination or equal opportunity agency?
About You (The Reporter)

This section is optional. If you provide contact details, we may contact you for further information.
 

State

Please specify the years you were involved in the sport
Leave "End year" blank if you were only involved for a single year

Your role/position in the sport
(if applicable)
You can choose more than one.
Acting on behalf of another person
For example, on behalf of your child or someone under your care;
or a friend has asked you to submit a report.

Please provide the following details about this person. Please be aware, if you are not the legal guardian (for example the parent of a person under 18) or legal representative for this person, we may need to contact this person to seek their approval for you to act on their behalf. To assist in this process, please ask them to complete the Authority for Another Person to Act on My Behalf form and attach it to the online form or send it to the email or PO Box address on the form.

A Vulnerable Person is a minor (under 18); or over 18 and unable to take care of themselves
or unable to protect themselves against harm or exploitation by reason of age, illness, trauma 
or disability, or other.
Person’s role/position in the sport
(if applicable)
You can choose more than one.
Declaration

I hereby declare that the information I have provided in this form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.

I understand that knowingly providing false or misleading information to Sport Integrity Australia may be an offence under the Criminal Code Act 1995.

I accept that the information provided may be used and disclosed for the purposes outlined in the Privacy and Confidentiality Notice

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