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2014–18 Strategic Plan
Crime and Corruption Commission Strategic Plan for 2014–18.
Corruption in focus
Charter of service: for people lodging a complaint about the public sector
Brochure describing what you can expect from us when you make a complaint about corruption in Queensland's public sector.
Charter of service: for people lodging a complaint about the public sector (Word version)
Brochure describing what you can expect from us when you make a complaint about corruption in Queensland's public sector. Word version.
Suggested outline of policy for dealing with a complaint involving the public official
Under s48A of the CC Act UPAs must have a policy for dealing with complaints that involve or may involve the public official/CEO. The CCC has provided this outline to assist UPAs with what such a policy should include and a draft template which may be reproduced or drawn on for guidance in the development of their own policy.
Conduct of Senior Medical Officers in treating and billing private patients in public hospitals
Report of assessment of allegations referred to the Crime and Corruption Commission (PDF version).
Conduct of Senior Medical Officers in treating and billing private patients in public hospitals
Report of assessment of allegations referred to the Crime and Corruption Commission (Word version).
Assessment report regarding conduct of Senior Medical Officers
Report of assessment of allegations referred to the Crime and Corruption Commission regarding conduct of Senior Medical Officers in treating and billing private patients in public hospitals. Word and PDF versions available.
New synthetic drugs — deceptive and dangerous
This paper is published as part of the crime prevention function of the CCC. It is intended to raise community awareness about the risks associated with using illicit drugs and the growing role of organised crime in producing and supplying these substances. PDF version.
New synthetic drugs — deceptive and dangerous
This paper is published as part of the crime prevention function of the CCC. It is intended to raise community awareness about the risks associated with using illicit drugs and the growing role of organised crime in producing and supplying these substances. Word version.
2014–18 Strategic Plan - Year 2
Crime and Corruption Commission Strategic Plan for 2014–18 (Year 2 commencing 1 July 2015).
CCC statement regarding its involvement in investigations arising from an incident at the Surfers Paradise Police Station in January 2012
Word version.
CCC statement regarding its involvement in investigations arising from an incident at the Surfers Paradise Police Station in January 2012
PDF version.
CCC statement regarding its involvement in investigations arising from an incident at the Surfers Paradise Police Station in January 2012
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Transparency and accountability in local government
This report examines issues related to the compliance and reporting framework for local government officials, especially the treatment of campaign funds or other gifts and benefits. PDF version.
Transparency and accountability in local government
This report examines issues related to the compliance and reporting framework for local government officials, especially the treatment of campaign funds or other gifts and benefits. Word version.
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CCC Corruption Audit Plan for 2016–17
Outline of proposed audits of how Queensland's public sector agencies deal with complaints of corrupt conduct. Also sets out more detailed information about how the CCC plans and executes audits. Word version.
CCC Corruption Audit Plan for 2016–17
Outline of proposed audits of how Queensland's public sector agencies deal with complaints of corrupt conduct. Also sets out more detailed information about how the CCC plans and executes audits. PDF version.
Corruption in the public sector: The big issues
Lessons from investigations by the Crime and Corruption Commission, 2009–14. PDF version.
Confidential information paper
This paper contains examples of inappropriate access or use of confidential information, risks of improperly using confidential information, case studies and findings of the CCC's audit into how agencies handle misuse of confidential information. PDF version.
Confidential information paper
This paper contains examples of inappropriate access or use of confidential information, risks of improperly using confidential information, case studies and findings of the CCC's audit into how agencies handle misuse of confidential information. Word version.
2016–20 Strategic Plan
Crime and Corruption Commission Strategic Plan for 2016–20.
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Prevention advisories
How to respond to a confidential information incident in your agency
A six-step guide for managers and supervisors.
How to respond to a confidential information incident in your agency
A six-step guide for managers and supervisors. Word version.
Fraud prevention or fraud risk?
A report on an investigation into the Queensland Police Service’s Project Synergy. Word version.
Fraud prevention or fraud risk?
A report on an investigation into the Queensland Police Service’s Project Synergy. PDF version.
Queensland public health sector responses to incidents of theft: summary audit report
The CCC’s audit assessed how public health agencies dealt with complaints about misappropriation (theft). Word version.
Queensland public health sector responses to incidents of theft: summary audit report
The CCC’s audit assessed how public health agencies dealt with complaints about misappropriation (theft). PDF version
Speak up, speak out - brochure for Indigenous communities
Information about the Crime and Corruption Commission and how we can help you.
2017-21 Strategic Plan
Crime and Corruption Commission Strategic Plan for 2017–21.
Queensland public sector responses to corrupt conduct incidents in recruitment activities: summary audit report
The CCC’s audit assessed how public sector agencies dealt with complaints about corrupt conduct in recruitment activities. Word version.
Queensland public sector responses to corrupt conduct incidents in recruitment activities: summary audit report
The CCC’s audit assessed how public sector agencies dealt with complaints about corrupt conduct in recruitment activities. PDF version.
Corruption Audit Plan 2017–19
This document sets out the CCC's audit program, its underlying principles and aims, and proposed timelines
Corruption Audit Plan 2017–19
This document sets out the CCC's audit program, its underlying principles and aims, and proposed timelines
Effectiveness of Queensland public sector corruption risk assessments: summary audit report
The audit assessed the effectiveness of six representative agencies’ corruption risk assessment process. (PDF)
Effectiveness of Queensland public sector corruption risk assessments: summary audit report
The audit assessed the effectiveness of six representative agencies’ corruption risk assessment process. (DOC)
Managing and responding to conflicts of interest involving council employees: summary audit report
The audit assessed whether councils' mechanisms for identifying corruption risks, the process for managing, preventing and detecting conflicts of interest, and dealing with complaints related to conflicts of interest, are effective. (Excludes councillors or mayors under sections 172 and 173 of the Local Government Act 2009.) (PDF)
Managing and responding to conflicts of interest involving council employees: summary audit report
The audit assessed whether councils' mechanisms for identifying corruption risks, the process for managing, preventing and detecting conflicts of interest, and dealing with complaints related to conflicts of interest, are effective. (Excludes councillors or mayors under sections 172 and 173 of the Local Government Act 2009.) (DOC)
Police use of force in Queensland watch-houses
A CCC strategic area of focus is to investigate excessive use of force by public sector employees including police officers. This report is based on the examination of CCTV footage and allegations data from five watch-houses.
Police use of force in Queensland watch-houses
A CCC strategic area of focus is to investigate excessive use of force by public sector employees including police officers. This report is based on the examination of CCTV footage and allegations data from five watch-houses.
Australia’s first criminal prosecution for research fraud: a case study from The University of Queensland
This report highlights the drivers, consequences and impact of research misconduct and relevant prevention measures. (PDF)
Australia’s first criminal prosecution for research fraud: a case study from The University of Queensland
This report highlights the drivers, consequences and impact of research misconduct and relevant prevention measures. (DOC)
Corruption risks involving publicly funded research: What you should know
This CCC publication focuses on the potential corruption risks and system vulnerabilities in the Queensland government research sector. (PDF)
Corruption risks involving publicly funded research: What you should know
This CCC publication focuses on the potential corruption risks and system vulnerabilities in the Queensland government research sector. (DOC)
Corruption Prevention Strategy
This Prevention Strategy is intended to serve as a guide for the CCC, partner law enforcement agencies, the public sector and the general public, in tackling corruption in Queensland.
CCC communique
CCC communique
Improper access to public sector databases: What you should know
This document describes the risks to public agencies and their staff of incidents of improper access to private information. As well as including a case study, it identifies particular areas of vulnerability and measures to address them.
Improper access to public sector databases: What you should know
This document describes the risks to public agencies and their staff of incidents of improper access to private information. As well as including a case study, it identifies particular areas of vulnerability and measures to address them.
Fraud and Corruption Control
Risks in recruitment — are you adequately vetting your staff: What you should know
This document seeks to help managers, members of selection panels and HR staff in public agencies to be more aware of the dangers of recruiting or promoting people who pose corruption risks, particularly into high-risk positions, and how to use effective vetting processes to minimise those risks.
CCC corporate fact sheet
CCC year-to-date highlights 1 July 2017 – 28 February 2018
The potential cost of failing to perform duties as a police officer: What you should know
This document seeks to make police more aware of their duties as police officers and the serious consequences they may face if they ignore their obligations to the service and to the public.
Conflicts of interest — are you managing yours appropriately?
Using case studies and scenarios, this publication seeks to raise awareness among public sector agency staff and managers of the issues and, in some cases, allegations that can arise from a conflict of interest that is not properly identified, documented, managed and monitored.
2018-2022 Strategic Plan.pdf
Crime and Corruption Commission Strategic Plan for 2018–2022.
Culture and corruption risks in local government - Lessons from an investigation into Ipswich City Council (Operation Windage).pdf
The CCC's report: Culture and corruption risks in local government - Lessons from an investigation into Ipswich City Council (Operation Windage)
ICT procurement – what are the corruption risks?
The Queensland Government is currently spending over $1.38 billion on ICT projects across its departments. It is therefore timely for the CCC to remind the public sector about the corruption risks associated with this type of high-cost procurement activity.
Managing the security risk associated with chemicals of security concern: Summary audit report
These chemicals can be used to make homemade bombs, toxic devices and illicit drugs. The CCC’s audit assessed four agencies, across the department, university and statutory body sectors, regarding their management of risks associated with chemicals of security concern.
Managing the security risk associated with chemicals of security concern: Summary audit report
These chemicals can be used to make homemade bombs, toxic devices and illicit drugs. The CCC’s audit assessed four agencies, across the department, university and statutory body sectors, regarding their management of risks associated with chemicals of security concern.
Managing the corruption risks associated with secondary employment
The CCC has completed an audit of secondary employment which is classed as additional paid or unpaid employment (either full-time, part time or casual) performed by an employee.
Managing the corruption risks associated with secondary employment
The CCC has completed an audit of secondary employment which is classed as additional paid or unpaid employment (either full-time, part time or casual) performed by an employee.
Body worn cameras – their role in complaint resolution
Body worn cameras are increasingly being used by a number of public agencies, primarily the Queensland Police Service. This paper draws on CCC complaints data and case studies to raise awareness of how these devices can be useful in resolving complaints.
Corruption in Queensland: perceptions and prevention
This short report is a Queensland-specific snapshot of corruption perceptions and experiences, based on the overall findings of the 2018 Global Corruption Barometer survey conducted by Griffith University and Transparency International Australia.
United against corruption - Leadership is the key to corruption prevention
Joint communiqué from Australia’s anti-corruption Commissioners issued 7 December 2018
Taskforce Flaxton: an examination of corruption risks and corruption in Queensland prisons
This report proposes an anti-corruption framework designed to improve safety and security, accountability and transparency in a complex environment.
Taskforce Flaxton one-page summary
This summary of the Taskforce Flaxton: an examination of corruption risks and corruption in Queensland prisons report outlines the Flaxton process, findings and recommendations.
Assessing complaints of corruption: the effectiveness of the Queensland Police Service’s policies and practices: Summary audit report
The audit examined whether the Queensland Police Service correctly assessed complaints as raising a reasonable suspicion of corrupt conduct or police misconduct.
Changes to the Crime and Corruption Act 2001: The definition of corrupt conduct (section 15)
This factsheet has been prepared to advise units of public administration (UPAs) about: the changes to the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 that are directly relevant to them, and the actions they must take under the new legislation.
Changes to the Crime and Corruption Act 2001: Record-keeping requirements for assessment decisions (section 40A)
This factsheet has been prepared to advise units of public administration (UPAs) about: the changes to the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 that are directly relevant to them, and the actions they must take under the new legislation.

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