The CCC will further explore how influence and access to government and public sector decision-makers is obtained, the corruption risks that may arise with influencing practices and whether existing legislative, regulatory and reporting mechanisms are adequate. Read more.
Bulletins, series and discussion papers
Exploring how influence and access to government and public sector decision-makers is obtained...
Our Strategic Plan 2022-2026 details the CCC’s objectives and strategies for the next 4 years
The CCC’s 2020-21 Annual Report was tabled in State Parliament on 30 September 2021.
Audits planned for 2021-2023 will focus on misuse of public resources, recruitment, and complaint management
As costs of living rise, agencies need to safeguard public resources from theft and misuse.
Year to date
1 July 2021 to 31 March 2022
with 67 criminal offences
days of hearings
relating to investigations
proceeds of crime
forfeited to the state
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