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Corruption reports and case studies

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2017-12-08T13:45:00+10:00 12.2017
Corruption Prevention Strategy (PDF, 169.6 kB)

This Prevention Strategy is intended to serve as a guide for the CCC, partner law enforcement agencies, the public sector and the general public, in tackling corruption in Queensland.

2017-12-08T13:05:00+10:00 12.2017
Corruption risks involving publicly funded research: What you should know (APPLICATION, 3.6 MB)

This CCC publication focuses on the potential corruption risks and system vulnerabilities in the Queensland government research sector. (DOC)

2017-12-08T13:00:00+10:00 12.2017
Corruption risks involving publicly funded research: What you should know (PDF, 616.6 kB)

This CCC publication focuses on the potential corruption risks and system vulnerabilities in the Queensland government research sector. (PDF)

2017-12-08T11:50:00+10:00 12.2017
Australia’s first criminal prosecution for research fraud: a case study from The University of Queensland (APPLICATION, 889.2 kB)

This report highlights the drivers, consequences and impact of research misconduct and relevant prevention measures. (DOC)

2017-12-08T11:45:00+10:00 12.2017
Australia’s first criminal prosecution for research fraud: a case study from The University of Queensland (PDF, 705.1 kB)

This report highlights the drivers, consequences and impact of research misconduct and relevant prevention measures. (PDF)

2017-10-03T10:35:00+10:00 10.2017
Operation Belcarra: Reforming local government in Queensland

The CCC’s report contains 31 recommendations that will create new obligations for candidates, councillors, donors and the ECQ within a more stringent regulatory framework.

2016-12-06T10:50:00+10:00 12.2016
Fraud prevention or fraud risk? (PDF, 660.7 kB)

A report on an investigation into the Queensland Police Service’s Project Synergy. PDF version.

2016-12-06T10:50:00+10:00 12.2016
Fraud prevention or fraud risk? (APPLICATION, 310.6 kB)

A report on an investigation into the Queensland Police Service’s Project Synergy. Word version.

2016-12-01T15:35:00+10:00 12.2016
Corruption allegations data dashboard: 1 July 2015 to 31 December 2016

2016-11-14T11:55:00+10:00 11.2016
How to respond to a confidential information incident in your agency (APPLICATION, 351.9 kB)

A six-step guide for managers and supervisors. Word version.

2016-11-14T11:55:00+10:00 11.2016
How to respond to a confidential information incident in your agency (PDF, 535.6 kB)

A six-step guide for managers and supervisors.

2016-06-30T11:00:00+10:00 06.2016
CCC corruption allegations data reports

These reports provide information about allegations of corrupt conduct received by the CCC. This data is considered, along with other relevant information and intelligence, when determining how to execute its corruption function. It has been published to improve knowledge about allegations of corruption and to show transparency about the nature of the CCC’s corruption function.

2016-05-10T14:20:00+10:00 05.2016
Managing corruption risks: unauthorised use of confidential information

Find out why unauthorised use of confidential information poses a significant corruption risk in the Queensland public sector and how to respond.

2015-10-08T16:25:00+10:00 10.2015
Case study: Research fraud

In September 2013, the CCC started an investigation into allegations of research fraud and the misuse of associated grant money at the University of Queensland.

2015-10-08T16:25:00+10:00 10.2015
Case study: Corruption in vehicle licensing puts public safety at risk

A former casual employee of the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR) was convicted in early November 2016 for fraudulently issuing driver licences, licence upgrades and vehicle registrations in return for cash payments. She was sentenced to four years imprisonment to serve six months, after which the sentence is suspended for four years.

2015-10-08T16:20:00+10:00 10.2015
Case study: Timesheet fraud leads to criminal conviction

In 2014, the CCC finalised a two-year investigation into a fraud involving the dishonest claim of overtime by a former Queensland Health employee.

2014-12-10T15:00:00+10:00 12.2014
Corruption in the public sector: The big issues (PDF, 179.3 kB)

Lessons from investigations by the Crime and Corruption Commission, 2009–14. PDF version.

2013-11-30T09:45:00+10:00 11.2013
Key learnings and recommendations from the fraud committed against QHealth

2013-09-25T00:00:00+10:00 09.2013
Fraud, financial management and accountability in the Queensland public sector

An examination of how a $16.69 million fraud was committed on Queensland Health and the lessons to be learned for the public sector.

2013-09-13T00:00:00+10:00 09.2013
An examination of suspected official misconduct at the University of Queensland

This report sets out the circumstances and decisions which led to the forced offer to a student at UQ, the outcomes of the CMC’s misconduct investigation, the review of the University’s handling of the matter, the results of a qualitative review of their integrity system and lessons learned for the broader public sector.

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