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Cape Melville
9 March 2021
The investigation into the Cape Melville incident (public hearing) was an investigation into official misconduct relating to flora smuggling in Far North Queensland. The issues for consideration were formulated with careful regard to the Commission's...
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CJC
Improper disposal of waste
9 March 2021
On 20 October 1993 the Criminal Justice Commission commenced a public hearing pursuant to section 2.17 (as it then was) of the Criminal Justice Act 1989 into the improper disposal of liquid waste in South-East Queensland. The investigation which led to the...
Topic
CJC
Police strip searches
19 October 2020
In response to public concerns about the police power to conduct strip searches, in 1999 the Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) undertook an inquiry into the laws, policies and procedures relating to strip searches by Queensland Police Service (QPS) officers...
Topic
CJC
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Police
Escort agency hearings
19 October 2020
The CMC took a staged approach to the escorts inquiry, which involved background research and a call for public submissions (March 2005) and the release of a discussion paper (2005). This was followed by two days of public hearings in September 2005. It was...
Topic
CMC
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Crime
Protecting children
19 October 2020
In 2003, the Crime and Misconduct Commission concluded a public inquiry (Project Park) into the abuse of foster children in Queensland. Project Park was commenced to examine more general systemic issues concerning the provision of foster care in Queensland. On...
Criminal Justice Commission
19 October 2020
This 2001 Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) public inquiry investigated allegations of electoral fraud by Queensland members of the Australian Labor Party. The Inquiry was prompted when a member of the Australian Labor Party (ALP), Karen Lynn Ehrmann, made...
CJC
19 October 2020
On 21 December 1999 the Commission resolved that hearings should be held for the purpose of investigating alleged unauthorised access to, and release of, confidential information from the Queensland Police Service (QPS) computer systems by members of the QPS.
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