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Notification by public officials (including CCC liaison officers)

As a public official or CCC liaison officer, it is your role to represent your agency in dealings with the CCC.

What you must report

You must notify us of any reasonable suspicion of corrupt conduct, in accordance with ss. 38 or 40 of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (having regard to ss. 14 and 15 of the Act). You are not required to conduct any preliminary inquiries, nor do you need evidence to any particular standard.

Changes to the Crime and Corruption Act 2001

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Some major changes to the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 have been made. Two key amendments relevant to UPAs are:

  1. a new section 40A, which includes an additional record-keeping requirement (which came into effect on 9 November 2018), and
  2. a new definition of corrupt conduct in section 15 (which will come into effect from 1 March 2019).

To find out more:

Corruption in Focus is being updated to reflect the changes to the Act and will be available from 1 March.

Your responsibilities

Last updated: 21 February 2019
Forms for CCC liaison officers

Please use either of the following forms to report corrupt conduct:

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