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Media information on public inquiries

Current Public Inquiries

Taskforce Flaxton

The Crime and Corruption Commission’s (CCC) next public inquiry will be Taskforce Flaxton which will be held from 14 May 2018 onwards.

It will examine possible systemic issues with a view to raising standards of integrity relevant to detecting, managing and preventing corruption risks associated with Queensland corrective services facilities.

CCC Chairperson Alan MacSporran QC will be Presiding Officer.


Unless otherwise notified, we hold all public inquiries in our Hearing Room located on:

Level 2, North Tower Green Square
515 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley
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Suppression orders

We may apply, lift and reapply suppression orders throughout an inquiry. We will assist by advising you of any current suppression orders. To breach these may constitute a criminal offence. Media outlets are responsible for ensuring that suppression orders are enforced. If you are unsure what suppression orders are in effect, please email our media team [email protected] for advice.

Recording and filming

We give permission to film, record and photograph public inquiries on a case-by-case basis. Media rules for the Taskforce Faxton will be made available before the hearing.  The hearing will be live-streamed.

General information

We encourage members of the media to go to the Taskforce Flaxton webpage for regular updates. Click here to subscribe to the CCC for regular emails, media releases and subscriber updates. Please email [email protected] if you need any additional details about Taskforce Flaxton.


Interviews with witnesses, counsel and the public will not be facilitated by the CCC and are not permitted on CCC premises.

Mobile phones

Anyone attending the Hearing Room during proceedings must switch off their mobile phone or use in silent mode.

Last updated: 01 April 2019

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