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Corruption activities and results – 1 January to 31 March 2019

On 3 May 2019 the CCC met with its oversight body, the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee (PCCC), and presented the following reports on its activities and results:

    2018-19 areas of focus

    In 2018–19 we will:

    • Pursue corruption involving elected officials, excessive use of force and misuse of confidential information
    • Collaborate with key stakeholders to implement and monitor a program of reform of the police complaints and discipline system

    Activities and outcomes

    During the most recent reporting period (1 January to 31 March 2019), the CCC:

    • received 43 complaints relating to elected officials, 107 relating to excessive use of force and 157 relating to the misuse of information
    • finalised six investigations related to elected officials and three in relation to improper release of confidential information
    • conducted an investigation in relation to excessive use of force which led to one charge of common assaulted against Corrections Officer and conducted an investigation concerning misuse of the Queensland Corrective Services data management system which led to the charging of a Custodial Corrections Officer with 69 counts of computer hacking
    • assessed 32 complaint matters through the Joint Assessment and Moderation Committee (JAMC) that deals with complaints against police

    On 1 March 2019, changes to the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 took effect. Key changes were the removal of the benefit or detriment component of the definition of corrupt conduct, the removal of example offences, and the introduction of a requirement for agencies to record the reasons why they have not referred matters to the CCC.


      Last updated: 27 May 2019

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