The Royal Australian Mint's Fraud Reporting Hotline is provided for employees and the public to report suspected fraud involving the Royal Australian Mint.
Fraud is defined as "dishonestly obtaining a benefit, or causing a loss, by deception or other means" and may include:
- Obtaining property, a financial advantage or any other benefit by deception;
- Causing a loss, or avoiding or creating a liability by deception;
- Providing false or misleading information to the Commonwealth, or failing to provide information where there is an obligation to do so;
- Making, using or possessing forged or falsified documents;
- Bribery, corruption or abuse of office;
- Unlawful use of Commonwealth computers, vehicles, telephones and other property or services; and
- Any offences of a like nature to those listed above.
You can report suspected fraud in various ways:
- Phone 02 6202 6900 and leave a message,
- Email Security; or
- Send a letter to:
Fraud Control Officer
Royal Australian Mint
Locked Bag 31
Kingston ACT 2604
Please provide as much information as you can about any suspicious incident, behaviour, person or company.
Your report will be confidential. You can also choose to remain anonymous.
If you choose to include contact details in your message, the Royal Australian Mint Fraud Control Officer will telephone, email or write to you to acknowledge receipt of your report, and may ask you to discuss your report further.
The Royal Australian Mint has a policy of zero tolerance of fraud.
All reports of suspected fraud will be investigated.