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CMC media releases — 2011

Our media releases from 1 July 2011 to the present.
CMC Media Statement — University of Queensland matter — 09.12.2011

A media statement about a complaint of official misconduct resulting from improper enrolment of a student at the University of Queensland.

CMC welcomes new Assistant Commissioner, Crime — 08.12.2011

A media release where we announce the appointment of Kathleen Florian as the new Assistant Commissioner, Crime.

CMC and LGAQ lay down integrity gauntlet in call for ‘clean’ election campaigns — 06.12.11

Media release about the launch of the Don't Risk Your Campaign initiative. With the support of the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ), we are targeting candidates in 2012's local and state government elections to educate them about conducting their campaigns responsibly.

Crime and Misconduct Commission Chairperson to step down — 08.11.2011

A media release about Chairperson Martin Moynihan AO QC announcing the he is stepping down from his position for personal reasons.

Assessment of allegations against Campbell Newman finalised — 13.10.2011

A media release about the results of our assessment of a complaint against Campbell Newman for not disclosing certain personal interests while he was Lord Mayor of Brisbane.

Perceptions of Queensland public service and local government — 11.10.2011

A media release about the result of our surveys into public perceptions of the public service and local government in Queensland.

CMC statement on Redcliffe Hospital Foundation matter — 30.09.2011

A media release advising that our assessment of concerns raised about the Redcliffe Hospital Foundation’s management of the Moreton Bay Integrated Care Clinic project is complete. We give the reasons why the matter will not be investigated.

Crime and Misconduct Commission achieves record results — 26.09.2011

A media release about the significant results we have achieved in our fight against organised crime and misconduct, including some record breaking achievements throughout the year.

CMC welcomes new part-time Commissioner — 22.09.2011

A media release announcing the appointment of new part-time Commissioner George Fox.

Police Commissioners attend leading anti-corruption conference — 22.09.2011

A media release announcing the attendance of six Police Commissioners to the 2011 Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption (APSAC) Conference. It lists the topics of discussion, the states of the attending Commissioners, and information about the conference.

CMC issues ‘Schoolies’ alert: beware of dangerous club drug GHB/fantasy — 15.09.2011

A media release about an alert we issued to schoolies about the dangers of using the 'club' drug GHB, also known as ‘fantasy’, ‘G’ and ‘fanta’.

CMC statement: investigation into compensation payout to Snr Sgt Hurley — 07.09.2011

A media release stating that we have finalised the misconduct investigation into alleged misconduct by Queensland police officer Senior Sergeant Christopher Hurley, in respect to misappropriation of an overpayment.

CMC warns parents of increased threat of internet paedophiles trawling social media sites — 02.09.2011

A media release about an alert issued to parents about paedophiles making increasing use of social networking sites to secure child exploitation material.

CMC welcomes improvements to Queensland’s police disciplinary system — 29.08.2011

A media release announcing that Chairperson Martin Moynihan AO QC has welcomed moves by the state government to further improve the Queensland Police Service’s complaints and disciplinary system.

Public perceptions of the Queensland Police Service — 12.08.2011

A media release announcing that we have released results of the public survey measuring the community’s current perceptions of the Queensland Police Service.

CMC elevates readiness to combat weapons-related crime — 08.08.2011

A media release discussing our increased readiness to combat weapons related crime, in partnership with the Queensland Police Service (QPS).

CMC completes investigation into electoral bribery allegation — 18.07.2011

A media release stating that we have finished the investigation into an allegation of official misconduct by Liberal National Party (LNP) President Bruce McIver and LNP member Dr Bruce Flegg.

CMC closes investigation into corruption claims by former Minister (Nuttall) — 13.07.2011

A media release announcing that we have completed a misconduct investigation into three corruption allegations raised by former Minister of the Crown Gordon Nuttall.

Anti-corruption experts converge on Perth in November — 05.07.2011

A media release about the Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) held in November in Fremantle, Western Australia, and the topics of discussion.

CMC review of ‘evade police’ powers — putting the brakes on high-risk pursuits — 29.06.2011

Media release about Queensland’s legal prostitution industry recording limited growth in the past five years, according to a Crime and Misconduct Commission review of the Prostitution Act 1999.

CMC releases ‘snapshot’ review of Queensland’s Prostitution Act — 29.06.2011

Media release about the CMC’s review of Queensland’s Prostitution Act .

CMC to review use of state funds in Indigenous sector — 27.06.2011

Media release about the CMC's review of the accountability systems used to administer state funds to Indigenous organisations.

Police reforms must continue on Gold Coast — 23.06.2011

In the wake of the Crime and Misconduct Commission’s Operation Tesco, the Queensland Police Service has made significant progress in improving policing on the Gold Coast, but there is still more to be done, according to a CMC report.

Media conference statement, Operation Tesco 23.06.2011

A media statement made by CMC Chairperson Martin Moynihan AO QC about an investigation into allegations of police misconduct on the Gold Coast in February, 2009.

CMC to release report on Operation Tesco — 21.06.2011

Media advisory about the release of the CMC's report on Operation Tesco.

CMC statement on allegations by former Minister — 24.05.2011

Media release about corruption allegations made by Gordon Nuttall.

CMC statement on police discipline system review — 24.05.2011

Media release on the CMC report 'Setting the standard: a review of current processes for the management of police discipline and misconduct matters'.

CMC releases evaluation of Taser use in Queensland — 28.04.2011

CMC Taser evaluation to be released — 27.04.2011

New Crime and Misconduct Commissioner announced — 07.04.2011

Queensland businessman jailed for corrupting former minister — 01.04.2011

Media release about the jailing of Harold Shand for corrupting a public official.

CMC investigates allegation of electoral bribery — 29.03.2011

CMC charges former police officer for drug related offences — 23.03.2011

CMC statement on QPS response to Palm Island police investigations — 15.03.2011

Media release including a link to the audio file of the press conference in WMA format.

QPS takes no disciplinary action against Palm Island officers — 15.03.2011

Media release about the Queensland Police Service's failure to take disciplinary action against the six police officers involved in investigations relating to the Palm Island death in custody of Mulrunji.

Clarification of CMC power to seek review before QCAT — 15.03.2011

Media release explaining the CMC power to seek review before QCAT.

CMC statement on Palm Island death in custody — 14.03.2011

Media advisory about the CMC's public statement regarding the police investigations into the Palm Island death in custody of Mulrunji in 2004.

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