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You are here: Home News and media CCC media releases CCC refers allegations of improper conduct relating to Operation Stockade to Parliamentary oversight committee - 26 October 2018
You are here: Home News and media CCC media releases CCC refers allegations of improper conduct relating to Operation Stockade to Parliamentary oversight committee - 26 October 2018

CCC refers allegations of improper conduct relating to Operation Stockade to Parliamentary oversight committee - 26 October 2018

This morning the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) referred an allegation of an offence against section 71B of the Justices Act 1886 relating to CCC and Queensland Police Service (QPS) officers involved in Operation Stockade to the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee (PCCC).

The CCC received the complaint yesterday afternoon and referred this matter to the PCCC recommending the allegation be independently investigated.

Any allegation of improper conduct by a CCC officer, or a QPS officer involved in a CCC investigation, is taken seriously by the executive of the CCC.

This afternoon the CCC was advised the PCCC has met and resolved to request the QPS to investigate the allegations. The investigation will be supervised by the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Commissioner.

The CCC fully supports the independent investigation of this matter and will cooperate with the investigation.

Whilst the investigation is being conducted, it is not appropriate for the CCC to comment further on this matter.

The CCC notes the matters currently before the court relating to Operation Stockade will proceed in the ordinary course unaffected by these allegations or the investigation by the QPS under the supervision of the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Commissioner.

ENDS

Last updated: 26 October 2018
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