This summary audit report Assessing allegations of corrupt conduct: Recordkeeping requirements under section 40A contains the results of an audit conducted by the CCC in 2019–20. The CCC examined the policies and processes of seven public sector agencies to assess their capacity to:
- effectively capture complete and accurate records of their assessment decisions of complaints about corrupt conduct coming to their attention, and
- correctly form conclusions that the allegations did not reasonably raise a suspicion of corrupt conduct for the complaints to be notified to the CCC.
The following resources have been developed to complement this audit report.
- A guide to assist agencies with their recordkeeping practices relating to section 40A of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (CC Act). Download the Guide: Assessing allegations of corrupt conduct - A guide to recordkeeping under section 40A (PDF)
- A suggested template for a Corrupt Conduct Assessment form. Download the form: Corrupt Conduct Assessment form (DOC)
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