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CCC media releases — 2019

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CCC determines not to investigate the Deputy Premier but calls for improvements to Cabinet processes and legislative reform - 6 September 2019

The CCC has completed its assessment of allegations of corrupt conduct relating to the Hon. Jackie Trad, Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships and her involvement in decision-making relating to Cross River Rail and the Inner City South State Secondary College (ICSSSC).

CCC Statement - Update on the assessment of matters relating to the Deputy Premier - 4 September 2019

The CCC notes reports in the media this morning in relation to the complaint regarding the Deputy Premier. For clarity, the CCC confirms that, at this stage, it expects to conclude its assessment of the matter on Friday 6 September 2019.

The CCC’s assessment of allegations relating to the Premier’s Chief of Staff to resume - 2 September 2019

The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) can confirm the Department of the Premier and Cabinet has provided the CCC with the review undertaken by Ernst and Young.

CCC investigation into Moreton Bay Regional Council continues - 2 September 2019

The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) has determined it is in the public interest to confirm its investigation into Moreton Bay Regional Council remains ongoing.

Update on the assessment of allegations relating to the Premier’s Chief of Staff - 15 August 2019

The CCC has determined it is in the public interest to provide an update on its assessment of allegations of corrupt conduct relating to the Premier’s Chief of Staff.

CCC to conduct public hearing into access and misuse of confidential information - 9 August 2019

The CCC has launched Operation Impala to examine the misuse of personal and sensitive information by public sector agencies. A public hearing will be held in November 2019

Man charged with official corruption – 26 July 2019

A 62-year-old Morayfield man was charged today by the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) with one count of official corruption.

NSW man extradited to face serious drug offences – 26 July 2019

The CCC yesterday successfully sought the extradition of a 48-year-old Mount Druitt man from New South Wales to Queensland for his alleged involvement in a drug-trafficking syndicate uncovered during Operation Gloss.

Statement from CCC Chairperson Alan MacSporran QC - 25 July 2019

A statement from CCC Chairperson Alan MacSporran QC.

Further charges in Palm Island council investigation - 25 July 2019

A 47-year-old man has been charged by the CCC with fraud offences as a result of an ongoing corruption investigation into Palm Island Aboriginal Shire Council.

Further fraud and misconduct charges following joint CCC and Department of Education investigation - 18 July 2019

Four people have been recently charged with serious fraud offences following a joint CCC and Department of Education investigation.

Solicitor charged with breach of bail - Operation Stockade - 16 July 2019

The CCC has this afternoon arrested and charged a 47-year-old Tarragindi man for allegedly breaching the conditions of his bail.

CCC welcomes support of Taskforce Flaxton recommendations - 8 July 2019

The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) welcomes the response from the State Government to Taskforce Flaxton.

Media Statement - 30 years since the Fitzgerald Inquiry - 2 July 2019

Council employee charged with fraud offences - 29 June 2019

Yesterday afternoon a 50-year-old man from Annandale (Townsville) was charged with 24 fraud offences following an investigation by the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC).

Councillor charged with official corruption - 27 June 2019

This morning 42-year-old man from Wamuran was charged with one count of official corruption following an investigation by the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) into allegations of corrupt conduct relating to Moreton Bay Regional Council.

CCC determines not to investigate allegations of corrupt conduct relating to the Deputy Premier - 14 June 2019

The complaint from the Leader of the Opposition alleged the Deputy Premier engaged in extortion, an offence defined in section 415 of the Queensland Criminal Code, by demanding mining companies contribute to a Resources Community Infrastructure Fund or face the potential of mining royalties being increased. The CCC determined that the conduct does not raise a reasonable suspicion of corrupt conduct and would not, even if proved, satisfy the elements of a criminal offence including the offence of extortion.

CCC determines not to investigate Lady Cilento voting due to problematic data - 7 June 2019

The CCC has completed a preliminary investigation which was undertaken to inform its assessment of a complaint relating to the online voting process that sought public feedback on the renaming of Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital. The CCC has determined not to investigate this matter any further because it is unlikely evidence to substantiate allegations of corrupt conduct or any criminal offence would be obtained.

Man charged with fraud and falsification of records - Operation Stockade - 30 May 2019

A 35-year-old Heathwood man was charged today by the CCC with fraud and falsification of records. The charges resulted from the CCC’s ongoing investigation known as Operation Stockade.

Privacy Week is a reminder to protect sensitive data - 15 May 2019

As part of Privacy Awareness Week 2019 the CCC is reminding public servants that improper access to sensitive personal data can have serious consequences.

Operation Front - Press Conference Details - 26 April 2019

CCC Chairperson Alan MacSporran QC will hold a press conference at 2pm today relating to Operation Front.

Seven Logan councillors and the suspended mayor to be charged today by the CCC - 26 April 2019

The suspended Logan mayor and seven current councillors are expected to be charged today with criminal offences by the CCC following a major corruption investigation into Logan City Council.

No corrupt conduct identified in Black Swan Lake or Waterglow Development decisions - 18 April 2019

The CCC has determined it is in the public interest to advise it has finalised its investigation relating to the Gold Coast City Council's decisions on the Black Swan Lake and the Waterglow developments. The CCC did not identify any corrupt conduct.

Victorian man charged with official corruption - 8 April 2019

A 36-year-old Victorian man appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court this morning after being charged by the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) with official corruption.

More charges from joint CCC and Department of Education investigation - 25 March 2019

A 33-year-old Magill (South Australia) man was charged today with fraud offences following a joint CCC and Department of Education investigation. He is the second person charged by the CCC as a result of this investigation.

Public servant charged with fraud offences - 22 March 2019

A 46-year-old Gordon Park man was charged today with fraud offences following a joint Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) and Department of Education investigation.

Police officer to face forgery and uttering offences - 20 March 2019

A police officer will face forgery and uttering offences following a Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) investigation.

No corruption or police misconduct in traffic infringement withdrawal - 1 March 2019

The CCC has this afternoon completed its assessment of the circumstances relating to the withdrawal of a traffic infringement notice involving the wife of the Commissioner of Police.

Man charged for allegedly breaching bail - 22 February 2019

The CCC has today issued a Notice to Appear in court to a 47-year-old Tarragindi man for allegedly breaching the conditions of bail.

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