Transcripts and exhibits
Operation Tesco was a CMC investigation that began in January 2009, into allegations that certain police officers on the Gold Coast were involved in inappropriate associations with criminals, drug use, misuse of confidential police information and resources, and acceptance of gratuities. It also examined police leadership and supervision in the Gold Coast area.
Transcripts and exhibits: Investigation into a grant of $4.2 million to the Queensland Rugby Union, and the role played in the awarding of that grant by former ministerial adviser Simon Tutt.
Public hearing and investigation into allegations that former Director-General of the Department of Employment and Training, Mr Scott Flavell, while in office, misused departmental information and failed to disclose a personal interest in a private training company.
Following public hearings in September 2005, we recommended in a 2006 report to State Parliament that outcall prostitution services from licensed brothels and independent ‘escort agencies’ should not be legalised. We also suggested in this report methods to prevent illegal prostitution from negatively affecting the legal sex industry, providing a fairer solution for legal operators.
Exhibits presented at the public inquiry into allegations that Gold Coast City Councilors had breached the Local Government Act 1993.