The Crime and Corruption Commission’s (CCC) 2022-23 Annual Report has been tabled in State Parliament today by the Attorney-General.
The report summarises the CCC’s activities, achievements and performance for the financial year ending 30 June 2023, and highlights the breadth of work undertaken by the CCC to combat major crime and reduce corruption for the benefit of the Queensland community.
Key outcomes for the 2022-23 financial year include:
- Providing 221 crime intelligence disclosures to law enforcement agencies
- Holding 117 days of hearings relating to major crime and intelligence investigations, with 103 witnesses examined
- Concluding 15 confiscation matters, with $4.296 million of proceeds of crime forfeited to the State
- Tabling our review of the Child Protection (Offender Reporting and Offender Prohibition Order) Act 2004 (Qld), which included 23 recommendations to Government that seek to improve the Act and how it operates
- Published a corruption prevention report summarising insights from its examination of influencing practices in Queensland’s public sector.
- Finalising 39 corruption investigations, and finalising 11 corruption matters in court, of which seven resulted in successful outcomes including custodial sentences and fines
- Assessing 3,686 complaints of suspected corruption
- Developed and published a new Corruption Strategy 2023–2027 which outlines our objectives and strategies for our ongoing work in reducing corruption
- Continuing to respond to and implement the recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry and other external inquiries and reviews
- Continuing to build critical capabilities to enhance our ability to respond to a complex and evolving operating environment.
A copy of the 2022-23 Annual Report is now available on the CCC's website.