Under its legislation, ASADA has a function to investigate possible violations of anti-doping rules to determine whether there is evidence of an anti-doping rule violation as defined by the National Anti-Doping scheme and the Code.
Investigations are conducted in accordance with the Australian Government Standard using intelligence practices consistent with the best practice of other Australian Government agencies with intelligence functions.
ASADA invites anyone who might have information that is possibly relevant to its investigations into doping in sport to confidentially contact ASADA.
ASADA’s Stamp Out Doping online form is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week for anyone to confidentially report suspicious doping activity.
Alternatively, suspicious doping activity can also be confidentially reported through the ASADA hotline:
13 000 ASADA (13 000 27232)
ASADA will treat any information it receives with the utmost care for privacy and anonymity, while at the same time thoroughly investigating any allegations regarding doping in sport. You are not required to provide contact details or identifying information. However, you may provide these if you would like ASADA to contact you.