Date published 09 August 2019|
Last modified 20 September 2019
The CCC deals with corruption that affects the Queensland public sector.
We have authority to deal with corruption in:
- departments and statutory bodies
- the Queensland Police Service
- councils (local governments)
- courts, tribunals and boards, and
We can investigate the conduct of:
- public sector employees, including police officers and council employees
- any person whose conduct is believed to corrupt or affect the performance of a public agency, and
- state and local government politicians, but only when their conduct would, if proved, amount to a criminal offence.
We do not have authority to investigate:
- private sector matters, unless they arise out of dealings with the public sector
- departments or organisations in other states or territories
- federal parliamentarians, departments or agencies.
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