You must use the forms below when making a notification or report under the Reportable Conduct Scheme.
7-day notification form
When the Head of Relevant Entity has assessed that the information they have received is a reportable allegation or reportable conviction, they are required to notify us within 7 business days of becoming aware of the information. Our notification forms capture the relevant information the Head of Relevant Entity is required to provide.
Read the helpful guidance on using our 7-day web-based form.
30-day interim report form
If the relevant entity has not completed its investigation or determination within 30 days of the head of relevant entity having become aware of the reportable allegation or reportable conviction, the head of relevant entity must submit an interim report.
Most relevant entities will submit a 30-day interim report. This is because it takes time to obtain information about the allegation, arrange a suitable time to speak with relevant witnesses and obtain further evidence before putting the allegations to the employee who is the subject of the allegations.
When the relevant entity is relying on information and evidence from other agencies such as the Police, Department of Communities and Justice or another relevant entity, it can take some time for them to receive that information.
Read the helpful guidance on using our 30-day web-based form
Entity report form
Once the Head of Relevant Entity is satisfied that the investigation has been completed, they must provide an entity report to us. The entity report must include an analysis of the evidence and rationale for the findings made about the reportable allegations. The entity report may be provided within 30 days of notifying, or after the interim report.
Read the helpful guidance on using our web-based Entity Report form.