The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) is an independent statutory body set up to combat and reduce the incidence of major crime and corruption in the public sector in Queensland. We investigate crime and corruption, have oversight of the public sector including police, and protect witnesses.
 

Our functions
We are a complex organisation with a unique breadth of functions
Vision, values and strategy
Our vision, values and strategy keep us focused on serving the people of Queensland
Performance and outcomes
Read our performance reporting documents
Our powers
The CCC has investigative powers that are not ordinarily available to police or other government agencies in conducting investigations
Legislation
Queensland legislation sets out our primary functions and powers
Oversight and accountability
The CCC is subject to a range of external accountability mechanisms
Our history
The story of Queensland's crime fighting and anti-corruption bodies begins with the landmark Fitzgerald Inquiry of the late 1980s
Our leadership
The CCC is headed by a five-member group referred to as “the Commission”, which functions as the board of the CCC, and is supported by an Executive Leadership Team
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