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Report corruption

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 find out more about what may be corrupt conduct and police misconduct, visit:

How to make a complaint

Select one of the following options to lodge your complaint:



Online lodgement

Complete the online complaint lodgement form.

It's the quickest and easiest way to lodge your complaint.

You can attach relevant documents to your complaint.



Download the complaint form

Download and complete the complaint lodgement form (DOC, 92 KB), and return it by mail to:

Complaints Officer
Crime and Corruption Commission
GPO Box 3123
Brisbane Qld 4001.



Send your email to:

[email protected]

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: 14 November 2018
Charter of Service

The Charter of Service sets out the standards of service you can expect if you lodge a complaint with us about corruption in the public sector.

Complaint service reviews

The purpose of the Complaint service reviews policy and procedure is to outline how a complainant aggrieved by a decision made by a Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) officer about their concerns may request that the decision be reviewed, and the process for that review.

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.

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.

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