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12.2018

An examination of corruption and corruption risks in Queensland’s corrective services facilities
Full report (PDF)
Overview of Taskforce Flaxton (PDF)
The CCC’s Taskforce Flaxton report proposes an anti-corruption framework designed to improve safety and security, accountability and transparency, and performance in a complex environment.

12.2018

United against corruption: Joint communiqué from Australia’s anti-corruption Commissioners (PDF)

To mark International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December, the heads of all Australian anti-corruption bodies have issued a joint communiqué.

It calls on public sector leaders to do more to build strong cultures of integrity that resist corruption.

12.2018

Corruption in Queensland: perceptions and prevention (PDF)

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.

11.2018

Body worn cameras – their role in complaint resolution (PDF)

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.

10.2018 Managing the corruption risks associated with secondary employment 
Summary audit report (PDF)
Summary audit report (DOC)

Secondary employment is additional paid or unpaid employment (either full-time, part time or casual) performed by an employee. Our corruption audit assessed how well departments and statutory bodies managed corruption risks associated with secondary employment.

10.2018 Managing the security risk associated with chemicals of security concern
Summary audit report (PDF)
Summary audit report (DOC)
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.
10.2018

CCC Annual Report 2017–18

This report summarises our key activities, achievements and performance for the financial year ending 30 June 2018. The report assesses our financial and non-financial performance against the objectives and performance indicators set out in the CCC 2017–21 Strategic Plan and the 2017–18 Service Delivery Statements.

08.2018

ICT procurement - what are the corruption risks? (PDF)

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.

08.2018

Charter of service (PDF)

This charter sets out the standards of service you can expect if you lodge a complaint with us about corruption in the public sector. It also details what recourse you have if you do not receive this service.

08.2018

Culture and corruption risks in local government: Lessons learned from an investigation into Ipswich City Council (Operation Windage) (PDF)

The CCC’s report titled Culture and corruption risks in local government: Lessons learned from an investigation into Ipswich City Council (Operation Windage) outlines the corruption risks from governance failures and cultural issues in local government.

The CCC has made four recommendations to address these corruption risks across the broader local government sector.

06.2018

Conflicts of interest — are you managing yours appropriately? (PDF)
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.

06.2018

CCC 2018-22 Strategic Plan (PDF)
This plan sets out our areas of focus for 2018-22 and our longer-term strategic objectives.

05.2018

The potential cost of failing to perform duties as a police officer: What you should know (PDF)
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.

04.2018

Risks in recruitment — are you adequately vetting your staff: What you should know (PDF)
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.

04.2018

Taskforce Flaxton - issues paper and invitation for public submissions (PDF)

The Crime and Corruption Commission has commenced an examination of corruption and corruption risks in Queensland corrective services facilities.

03.2018 Fraud and Corruption Control: Best Practice Guide
This Guide has been designed for use by practitioners responsible for implementing or reviewing an organisation’s fraud and corruption internal controls. It consists of an integrated framework of 10 key elements important in developing an effective fraud and corruption control program.
03.2018 Terrorism (Preventative Detention) Act 2005 review – call for public submissions
The Terrorism (Preventative Detention) Act is being reviewed to determine the need for and effectiveness of this legislation.
02.2018 Improper access to public sector databases: What you should know (PDF)
Improper access to public sector databases: What you should know (DOC)
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.
01.2018 Communiqué: CCC Chairperson and Directors-General to collaborate on corruption prevention in Queensland
The CCC and Directors-General have issued a communiqué affirming their commitment to corruption prevention in Queensland.

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