As a unit of public administration (UPA) the University has legislative obligations under the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (CC Act) and is subject to the jurisdiction of the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC).

It is the responsibility of the Integrity Unit to ensure that the University’s legislative obligations under the CC Act are met. This involves maintaining policies and procedures with regard to corrupt conduct matters, assessing and dealing with complaints or information about the conduct that may amount to corrupt conduct, and notifying the CCC of such matters if the conduct is reasonably suspected to amount to corrupt conduct as defined by the CC Act.

You can view the precise legal definition for corrupt conduct here but there are essentially two different types, "Type A" or "Type B".