Making an integrity complaint or report
Sport should be a safe and fair place for all participants.
At Sport Integrity Australia, we offer a safe place for people to raise concerns about behaviour they’ve witnessed or experienced in sport.
Your safety is our first concern.
If you are in Australia and in immediate danger or at risk of harm, call your local law enforcement agency or dial triple zero (000).
Sport Integrity Australia plays a coordination role for complaints. Complaints received will be evaluated and either managed by Sport Integrity Australia, referred on to an appropriate external agency or passed back to the complainant with suggested pathways for them to pursue.
Under the National Integrity Framework’s Complaints, Disputes and Discipline Policy there are 5 steps to the complaints process.
COMPLAINTS PROCESS: STEP BY STEP
Other support pathways
Connect with support
If you, or someone you care about, is struggling with an issue it's okay to reach out for support.
MENTAL HEALTH OR WELLBEING SUPPORT SERVICE PROVIDERS
Bullying in sport
Every person in sport, in every role, has the right to participate in an environment that is fun, safe and healthy, and to be treated with respect, dignity and fairness.
RESOURCE: BULLYING IN SPORT AND AVAILABLE PATHWAYS
Abusive or inappropriate content online
If you have a concern about abusive or inappropriate material online, you can also report it to the eSafety Commissioner for action. eSafety can investigate cyberbullying of children, adult cyber abuse, image-based abuse (sharing, or threatening to share, intimate images without the consent of the person shown) and illegal and restricted content.
REPORT TO THE ESAFETY COMMISSIONER