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Corruption investigations and related activities – results for 1 February to 30 April 2017

The results on this page reflect the information reported to the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee at the last joint public meeting held on 12 June 2017.

Results

  • Ten people were charged with 49 offences.
  • One recommendation was made for disciplinary action and eight for procedural improvement.
  • Eight investigations were finalised, all within 12 months.
  • The CCC and QPS are trialling a Joint Assessment and Moderation Committee (JAMC) to assess allegations against QPS employees; 456 complaint matters have been assessed in the six months to April 2017.
  • Hearings: seven days of hearings were held in support of corruption investigations with 27 witnesses attending.

Statistics

Received 798 complaints of corruption containing 1513 allegations of corruption:
  • 67% (1009) related to police
  • 33% (504) related to other public sector agencies (including government-owned corporations)
Assessed 694 complaints
  • 9 were retained for CCC investigation
  • 74 were referred to the appropriate agency to investigate, subject to CCC monitoring
  • 377 were referred to the appropriate agency, with no further advice required by the CCC
  • 234 required no further action
Last updated: 30 June 2017

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