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Report corruption

From 6 May 2016, complaints about suspected corrupt conduct and police misconduct no longer need to be accompanied by a statutory declaration.

Anybody may report suspected corrupt conduct or police misconduct to the CCC. You do not need proof, you just need sufficient reason to believe that the conduct has occurred.

To check, see What is corrupt conduct, What is police misconduct.

Lodge your complaint

Select one of the following options to lodge your complaint:

Notification by public officials. Public officials who have a reasonable suspicion of corrupt conduct must notify the CCC (in accordance with ss. 38 and 40 of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001).

Last updated: 10 May 2016
Vexatious and false complaints

If you make a complaint or provide information to the CCC recklessly or knowing it to be untrue you may be prosecuted under the Crime and Corruption Act 2001. Such complaints are serious because they waste public resources and unfairly damage reputations.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

We have an Indigenous complaints officer on staff. If you would prefer to speak directly to this officer, just ask when you contact us.

Other languages

We can help you by providing an interpreter. Alternatively, you can call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 for language assistance.

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