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Information for attendees

The CCC is considering whether it is in the public interest to publicise allegations of corrupt conduct and, if it is not, what legislative or other options are available to prevent this.

It has received submissions from interested parties and will hold a public forum on this topic.

  • Date: 6 and 7 October 2016
  • Location: Crime and Corruption Commission, Level 2, 515 St Paul’s Terrace (North Tower, Green Square), Fortitude Valley Queensland View map

On arrival

Standard security measures for government buildings apply at the CCC’s premises. Anyone attending the forum will be required to adhere to these.

For workplace health and safety reasons, you will be required to produce photographic identification to enter the public forum.

Please allow sufficient time for sign-in procedures and security screening.

During the forum

The forum will be led by CCC Chairperson Mr Alan MacSporran QC and four other panel members.

The panel members will be discussing issues with invited speakers.

It is not permissible for people in the public gallery to interrupt the forum.

The Chairperson can take any action he feels necessary to ensure the orderly conduct of the forum and the safety and security of those present.

The CCC will attempt to censure any defamatory, obscene or offensive comments and speakers who persist in making such remarks may be asked to leave the forum. Please be advised the forum will be live-streamed and any remarks you make may be broadcast. You are therefore responsible for your own comments.  The CCC is not liable for defamatory comments made during the forum.

Breaks in the forum

The forum will have morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea breaks.

During lunch breaks all people will be required to leave the public gallery. There are a number of cafes and food outlets within easy walking distance.

If you return to the public gallery after a break in the forum you will be required to pass through security screening again.

Mobile phones

Please ensure your mobile phone is switched to silent or is turned off when inside the public gallery.

Social media use

Members of the public are able to use social media during the public forum. However, please be advised there may be times during the forum when the Chairperson issues a non-publication order.

You are therefore responsible for your own comments.

Last updated: 29 September 2016

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