Creating an ethical culture, setting standards of behaviour and being alert to potential corruption are now essential management responsibilities. The CCC makes corruption prevention material available to all public sector staff and supervisors to help them identify the red flags that may indicate a corruption threat to your agency.
Audits planned for 2021-2023 will focus on misuse of public resources, recruitment, and complaint management practices.
On 26 May 2021, the CCC hosted a Corruption Prevention Forum. Watch the video presentations.
Prevention in focus series
This series draws on CCC investigations to highlight specific prevention lessons for public sector agencies
The Crime and Corruption Commission has published this short animation to raise awareness of the seriousness of misuse of confidential information.
Corruption Prevention Advisories
Read our Corruption Prevention Advisory series to help identify major corruption risks
On 20 May 2020, three of Queensland’s integrity agencies partnered to equip newly-elected and existing Local Government councillors and mayors with information to assist them in understanding the integrity agencies’ roles and functions.
The CCC Corruption Allegations Data Dashboard is a data visualisation tool that allows users to interrogate CCC corruption allegations data
This flowchart highlights decision points and recommended courses of action.
In 2019 - 21, the CCC will conduct audits to examine how public sector agencies have responded to particular types of complaints about corruption and how robust their complaints management and prevention frameworks are
In 2017 - 2019, the CCC conducted audits to examine how public sector agencies responded to particular types of complaints about corruption and how robust their complaints management and prevention frameworks were
In 2016 - 2017, the CCC conducted audits to examine how public sector agencies responded to particular types of complaints about corruption and how robust their complaints management and prevention frameworks were