Date published 30 August 2019
The Crime and Misconduct Commission (2001-2014) was born out of the merger of the Criminal Justice Commission and the Queensland Crime Commission.
It commenced on 1 January 2002, absorbing the roles of the former CJC and the former QCC. In 2001, the State Government had signalled its intention to amalgamate the Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) and the Queensland Crime Commission (QCC) to form a single crime and misconduct-fighting body, the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC).
Read our detailed history of the CMC, based on its annual reports.
- Year 1: 2001-2002 - Creation of the CMC: A major step forward for Queensland law enforcement (CMC)
- Year 2: 2002-2003 - The Scott Volkers case and significant legislative amendments (CMC)
- Year 3: 2003-2004 - CMC Inquiry recommends creation of Department of Child Safety (CMC)
- Year 4: 2004-2005 - Alleged police misconduct on Palm Island and the Speaker's alleged misuse of travel expenses (CMC)
- Year 5: 2005-2006 - Public hearings into the Gold Coast City Council elections (CMC)
- Year 6: 2006-2007 - Three integrity bodies unite in national anti-corruption initiative (CMC)
- Year 7: 2007-2008 - Reaching a record number of investigative hearings (CMC)
- Year 8: 2008-2009: The CMC gains telecommunications interception powers (CMC)
- Year 9: 2009-2010: The CMC undertakes its most complex crime investigation to date (CMC)
- Year 10: 2010-2011: The sentencing of former minister Gordon Nuttall (CMC)
- Year 11: 2011-2012: A major fraud at Queensland Health, and the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry (CMC)
- Year 12: 2012-2013: Queensland’s first Commonwealth aggravated networking convictions, and a major review of the CMC’s founding legislation (CMC)
- Year 13: 2013-2014: Two major reports and transitioning from the CMC to the CCC (CMC)
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