Since 1989 there has been a constant commitment from a series of organisations to fight corruption and major crime in Queensland. The story of Queensland's crime fighting and anti-corruption bodies begins with the landmark Fitzgerald Inquiry of the late 1980s.
The Fitzgerald Inquiry spent two years investigating entrenched political and police corruption and organised crime in Queensland
Since 1989 four organisations have been established to fight crime and corruption in Queensland
The Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) was created in late 1989, based on the recommendation of the Fitzgerald Inquiry
The CMC (2001-2014) was born out of the merger of the CJC and the QCC