We depend on good information to deal with people who are breaking Australia's gene technology laws and to ensure industry integrity. You could telephone 1800 181 030 or submit the form below.

Allegation of non-compliance form

None of the fields are mandatory, but we appreciate as much information you can provide.

Personal details
Details of non-compliance

Are any private citizens or companies involved? If so, please include their names and contact details, if known, and any other information you believe may be relevant.

Please include names, dates, times, locations and any other information you believe to be relevant.

If so, please include their names and contact details and indicate whether they are aware that you have provided their details to the OGTR.

It will help if you include the names of any other agencies you have contacted about this, when you contacted them and their responses.

Please include any information on any documents or records you believe will assist the OGTR. Note that you do not need to provide these documents to the OGTR now as they will be requested if needed.

If the OGTR pursues the matter or decides to refer it to another agency, it may be neccessary to identify you as the source of information.

Alternatively fax or post the printable form

For clients who prefer to post or fax their reports rather than submit electronically, download and print the following form and fax it to (02) 6271 4202 or post it to:

Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (MDP 54)
GPO Box 9848
Canberra ACT 2601
Allegations of non-compliance (PDF 14 KB)[

Allegations of non-compliance form (Word 16 KB)

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