Analysis and assessment of information
Providing insights into, and understanding of, specific sport integrity issues, gained from the analysis and assessment of available information.
What is the intelligence function at Sport Integrity Australia?
The purpose of intelligence at Sport Integrity Australia is to inform executive and operational decision making by reducing the level of uncertainty. We achieve this by providing insights into, and understanding of, specific sport integrity issues, gained from the analysis and assessment of available information.
In producing timely, relevant and actionable assessments, the intelligence function within Sport Integrity Australia seeks to support the agency and relevant stakeholders to prevent, detect and disrupt threats to integrity in sport.
How we use intelligence
Our intelligence team looks closely at raw (often unrelated) pieces of information. We draw meanings from what we find and write assessments.
The assessments are used to help us develop many activities such as:
- future anti-doping testing missions
- education and engagement activities
We analyse information from many different sources. This can include:
- members of the public
- members of the sporting community, such as athletes and support personnel
- other government agencies
- national sporting organisations
- law enforcement agencies.
How you can help
You can help protect Australian sport.
If you are concerned about a sport integrity matter, get in touch with us.
You can use one of these methods:
- Our Report an integrity issue online form
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 13 000 27232.
Your concern may be about one of the following issues:
- match fixing
- harassment (including sexual harassment)
- child protection
- some other form of misconduct.
Your information may be the missing piece to a much larger puzzle, so don’t hesitate to contact us.
We will handle all information in accordance with relevant legislation, including the Privacy Act 1988 (Commonwealth) and the Australian Privacy Principles.
Read Privacy and Personal Information for further information.
You do not need to give personal details or identifying information with your report.
If you do give your details, we may contact you for more information.
This will help us to act on allegations or concerns.
Emergency situations – call ‘000’
If there is an immediate threat to a person’s life, contact your local police or dial ‘000’. We are not able to assist in emergency situations.