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You are here: Home Investigating corruption Information for the public sector Corruption in focus: a guide to dealing with corrupt conduct in the Queensland public sector (formerly "Facing the facts")
You are here: Home Investigating corruption Information for the public sector Corruption in focus: a guide to dealing with corrupt conduct in the Queensland public sector (formerly "Facing the facts")
You are here: Home Investigating corruption Information for the public sector Corruption in focus: a guide to dealing with corrupt conduct in the Queensland public sector (formerly "Facing the facts")

Corruption in focus: a guide to dealing with corrupt conduct in the Queensland public sector (formerly "Facing the facts")

This guide has been designed to be used throughout the public sector. With the exception of Chapter 4, which looks specifically at local government, it does not provide advice on legislation or rules that might be specific to a particular unit of public administration. It does, however, provide practical advice on:

  • meeting your obligations under the CC Act
  • conducting an investigation
  • maintaining the integrity of the complaints process
  • ensuring confidentiality and fairness during the process
  • preventing corrupt conduct.

Complete guide:

Chapters:

Last updated: 10 March 2015
Section 48A suggested policy outline

Under s48A of the CC Act UPAs must have a policy for dealing with complaints that involve or may involve the public official/CEO. The CCC has provided this outline to assist UPAs with what such a policy should include and a draft template which may be reproduced or drawn on for guidance in the development of their own policy.

Corruption affects everyone — don't turn a blind eye

Information for public sector employees and units of public administration in Queensland.

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