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You are here: Home About the CCC Reconciliation Action Plan
You are here: Home About the CCC Reconciliation Action Plan

Reconciliation Action Plan

reconciliation-action-plan.jpgThe CCC is proud to continue our work to advance reconciliation by developing our first Reconciliation Action Plan.

Our plan was endorsed by Reconciliation Australia in February 2019 and launched in March 2019.

Read our Reconciliation Action Plan.

Vision

Our vision is to partner with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to form lasting relationships based on mutual trust, respect and understanding in order to support our commitment for all Queenslanders to feel safe in the communities in which they live.

 

Message from the Chairperson

In October 2017, Queensland’s Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) reaffirmed that its engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples was a priority in terms of its policies and services. I am very pleased that this Reconciliation Action Plan will be a purposeful guide during our ongoing Journey of Reconciliation.

The voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are central to ensuring that our engagement is culturally appropriate. The Listening Tours that I have had the privilege of being part of over the last two years have taken us to remote and rural areas of Queensland. Our visits enabled us to gain a person-to-person understanding of the current and potential challenges and issues facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. What we learned on those visits has helped us consider how the CCC may assist in resolving those challenges.

The CCC Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan January 2019 – December 2020 gives us a framework within which to design and deliver unique and practical services and support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders, and support the national reconciliation movement. We know more can be done to deliver greater respect and trust between the CCC and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The RAP will give us further opportunities to listen and learn, and guide our agency in delivering unique services. Most importantly, those services will be developed in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

We believe developing and implementing our Reconciliation Action Plan, which embraces carefully considered actions and practical deliverables, is a major step forward for the Commission. It is a journey that we are proud to take and share with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders.

Alan MacSporran QC

Last updated: 27 May 2019

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Watch this short video about the genesis and future of our RAP, and the symbolism and significance of the artwork.

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