The NSW Ombudsman is an independent and impartial watchdog. Our job is to make sure that agencies we watch over fulfill their functions properly and improve their delivery of services to the public.
- Fostering economic development for Aboriginal people in NSW - Special report to Parliament
- Ombudsman submission to review police oversight
- The consorting law report on the operation of Part 3A, Division 7 of the Crimes Act 1900 - April 2016
- The use of external investigators by NSW Government agencies
What is happening at the Ombo’s12 Sep 2016
The Minister for Justice and Police has tabled in Parliament the Ombudsman’s report on new search powers, which enable police to search a person subject to a firearms prohibition order whenever reasonably required.
This report details the Ombudsman’s review of the operation of the powers over a two year period from its commencement in November 2013.Read more news