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Investigating corruption

In focus

  • Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC): This conference will be held in Brisbane, Queensland from 17 to 19 November 2015 and feature presentations and panel discussions by senior practitioners, social commentators and academics in anti-corruption and related fields. Early-bird tickets close on 14 July 2015. Visit the website for more information.
  • Corruption affects everyone – don't turn a blind eye: Corruption often occurs when people employed in the public sector put their personal interests above the public good. Read more about what you can do if you suspect corruption.
  • CCC issues fraud warning to Queensland public service — 30.03.2015: The CCC is warning public servants about the consequences of fraudulent conduct in the workplace after a former Qld Health payroll employee was today jailed for two years for defrauding the Qld Govt of nearly $40,000. Read the media release.
  • Past CMC investigations and hearings: Access past CMC and CJC public hearings and completed investigation reports. Go to past investigations.
  • Police oversight: The CCC works in partnership with police to fight major crime, and is also the integrity oversight body for the QPS. Read more about police and the CCC.

    What the CCC investigates

    what we investigate

    The CCC focuses on cases involving more serious or systemic corrupt conduct.
    Read more.

    Last updated: 21 April 2015

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