The purpose of the Protected Disclosure Act is to:
- Encourage and facilitate disclosures of improper conduct and detrimental action made in reprisal by public officers and public bodies
- Provide protection for people who make disclosures or who may suffer detrimental action in reprisal for those disclosures
- Provide confidentiality of the content of disclosures and the identity of people who make them.
Who can make a disclosure?
Any individual or group of individuals may make a disclosure.
You will find more information about how to make a protected disclosure on the Providers website.