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Corruption investigations and related activities – results for 1 August 2017 to 28 February 2018

Results presented to the PCCC, 4 May 2018

  • 41 investigations were commenced and 38 investigations were finalised; 66% of investigations were completed within 12 months.
  • 25 people were charged with 95 offences.
  • 1 referral was made to a prosecuting authority; there were 11 recommendations for disciplinary action, involving 4 people; 68 prevention recommendations were made.
  • Hearings: 43 days of hearings were held in support of corruption investigations with 52 witnesses attending.

Statistics

Received 1932 complaints of corruption containing 4658 allegations of corruption:
  • 58% (2706) related to police
  • 42% (1952) related to other public sector agencies (including government-owned corporations)
  • A total of 2143 complaints were assessed; 35 were retained for CCC investigation
  • 208 were referred to the appropriate agency to investigate, subject to CCC monitoring
  • 1398 were referred to the appropriate agency, with no further advice required by the CCC
  • 502 required no further action.

For more results read the report.

Last updated: 04 May 2018

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