The Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) investigated police and public sector misconduct as well as working with the police to investigate organised and major crime. It operated from 1989 to 2001, although legislation passed in late 1997 would transfer its crime function to the newly created Queensland Crime Commission (QCC) from 1998. In 2001 it merged with the QCC to form the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC).
Read our detailed history of the CJC, based on its annual reports.
- Year 1: 1989-90 - The Establishment of the CJC
- Year 2: 1990-91 - First full year of operations of the CJC
- Year 3: 1991-92 - Refining and developing its operations - CJC
- Year 4: 1992-93 - An organisation vital to the interests of all Queenslanders - CJC
- Year 5: 1993-94 - An effective instrument for the improvement of standards in public life - CJC
- Year 6: 1994-95 - To promote justice and integrity in Queensland - CJC
- Year 7: 1995-96 - A focus on cultural capability, reform and education - CJC
- Year 8: 1996-97 - Public sector and police probes - CJC
- Year 9: 1997-98 - Amendments to the Criminal Justice Act - CJC
- Year 10: 1998-99 - Project Sunbeam shines a light on indicators of corruption - CJC
- Year 11: 1999-2000 - 10 years of the CJC
- Year 12: 2000-2001 - Investigating major allegations of electoral fraud - CJC