Collection and use of information


This site is operated in compliance with the Government of South Australia's information privacy principles. A copy can be obtained from the Department of the Premier and Cabinet website.

This site uses Google Analytics to monitor traffic and user behaviour on this website. This information is analysed to determine the site's usage statistics. Personal information is not recorded as part of this process.

No attempt will be made to identify users or their browsing activities, except in the unlikely event of an investigation where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect the service provider's logs.

Personal information will not be disclosed to a third party except in accordance with the information privacy principles, to prevent or lessen a serious threat to life, health or safety and / or for any purpose permitted by the Judicial Conduct Commissioner Act 2015.

There are inherent risks associated with transmission of information via the internet. Users should make their own assessment of the potential risks when making a decision as to whether or not they use this site.

This site contains links to other websites. When a user clicks on a link to another website, they leave this site and this privacy and security statement no longer applies.

The content of this privacy and security statement may be updated from time to time. If the user returns to this site on a regular basis they should carefully read the information provided.

What happens to complaints?


Information received for the purposes of a complaint is treated as confidential information. It is an offence to provide information that is false and misleading.

The Judicial Conduct Commissioner Act 2015 prevents anyone from publishing  information about a complaint except for in specific circumstances.

Online forms

The Judicial Conduct Commissioner uses iApply online forms to collect information.

The system uses the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform for the operation and management of its electronic form lodgement system. This means that any information included in this form will be transmitted through Microsoft Azure servers and systems.

The information is captured, managed and stored for purposes described in the Judicial Conduct Commissioner Act 2015 and is not typically subject to the information privacy principles.

Reasonable steps are taken to protect the personal information held in the system against loss, unauthorised access, use, modification or disclosure and against other misuse of data. These steps include storing electronic files in secure facilities, encryption of data, conducting regular backups of data, using audit and logging mechanisms and having physical access restrictions in place.

Incomplete forms

Information in an incomplete form may be collected and used to prevent or lessen a serious threat to life, health or safety and / or for any purpose permitted by the Judicial Conduct Commissioner Act 2015.

While incomplete forms can be accessed and read, it is important to complete the form in full.

If the user suspends or saves the online form, for example, because they wish to complete it at another time, the information that has been entered will be retained in the system for a maximum of 28 days. After this time, the information will be deleted.