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Media release
14 September 2021
The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) has updated its Corruption Allegations Data Dashboard (CADD) to include data up to 30 June 2021. The expanded data set means allegations data for the period 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2021 is now available on the CCC...
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CCC
Corruption
Corruption prevention
News and Media
Media release
30 July 2021
A 25-year-old Queensland Police Service (QPS) Constable has today been charged with 38 criminal offences following a cooperative investigation between the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) and the QPS Ethical Standards Command. This matter was first...
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CCC
Police
Corruption
Police officer charged with fraud and falsification of records
Media release
21 July 2021
Yesterday the CCC served a Notice to Appear in court on a 39-year-old Detective Senior Constable for one count of Fraud and one count of Fraudulent falsification of records contrary to sections 408C and 430 of the Queensland Criminal Code.
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Police
Integrity summit voices public concerns about lobbying and the public sector
Media release
15 July 2021
Representatives from 20 integrity agencies across Australia put lobbying practices and their influence on the public sector under the microscope at the inaugural Integrity Summit held in Brisbane on 25 March 2021.
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CCC
Corruption prevention
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Queensland
CCC Statement about PCCC Inquiry
Media release
04 June 2021
The CCC was advised by the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee on 28 May 2021 that it has resolved to investigate the issues and complaints raised by the Local Government Association of Queensland.
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CCC
Local government
News and Media
Media release
10 May 2021
On Wednesday 5 May 2021, the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) began rolling out an ‘Integrity Survey’ across public service departments to better understand the perceptions of corruption risks, attitudes towards reporting corruption, and integrity among...
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CCC
Corruption prevention
News and Media
Media release
15 April 2021
The vulgar comments attributed to Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate in an online article in The Courier Mail tonight are unbecoming of an elected official in my view. I’m sure reasonable Queenslanders would agree. Alan MacSporran QC CCC Chairperson
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CCC
Local government
News and Media
Media release
14 April 2021
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) has conveyed to me that as a result of evidence heard at the committal hearing, and information contained in submissions from the legal representatives of those charged, they considered that there were...
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CCC
Local government
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