The Conflict of Interest Commissioner
The Commissioner is an independent Officer of the Legislative Assembly appointed under the Members' Conflict of Interest Act, 1996, by resolution of the Legislative Assembly. The Commissioner performs three separate but related roles: advising Members confidentially of their obligations under the Act; providing opinions in response to requests from Members or members of the public respecting compliance or contraventions of the Act; and meeting with Members within 60 days of their election, and then on an annual basis, to review a disclosure statement of assets, liabilities, and financial interests of Members, their spouses, and minor children. The office is located in the Legislative Precinct on the first floor, 421 Menzies Street.
For more information on the Conflict of Interest Commissioner, visit the
Office of the Conflict of Interest Commissioner website.