The CCC is Queensland’s anti-corruption body. We deal with corruption that affects the state’s public sector, using special powers under the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 and the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000.

About corruption
Corruption has been described as “the abuse of entrusted power for private gain”. Read about the CCC's role as an anti-corruption body
What is corrupt conduct?
The CCC uses this definition to assess whether a complaint is within our jurisdiction
Thinking of reporting corruption?
Advice and resources to help you write your complaint.
Report corruption
Make a complaint of corrupt conduct or police misconduct either online (at any time) or by telephone (between the hours of 9:30am and 4:00pm on business days).
Police oversight
The CCC is Queensland’s police integrity oversight body
Monitoring the public sector
When we refer matters to agencies, we use our monitoring powers to oversee how they are dealt with
Corruption prevention
We provide corruption prevention material to all public sector staff and supervisors to help identify corruption risks
Corruption allegations data dashboard
The CCC Corruption Allegations Data Dashboard is a data visualisation tool that allows users to interrogate CCC corruption allegations data.
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Listing of outcomes from recent significant CCC investigations
Perceptions of corruption and integrity in Queensland State Government departments
Responses from employees of Queensland government departments and their perceptions of corruption and integrity.
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Information about our public hearings is published on this website, including terms of reference, witness lists, and transcripts and exhibits
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