About corruption
Corruption has been described as “the abuse of entrusted power for private gain”. Read about the CCC's role as an anti-corruption body
Report corruption
Make a complaint of corrupt conduct or police misconduct either online (at any time) or by telephone (between the hours of 9:30am and 4:00pm on business days).
Thinking of reporting corruption?
Advice and resources to help you write your complaint.
Matters we deal with
The CCC deals with corruption that affects the Queensland public sector
What happens with your complaint
What you can expect from us when you make a complaint, including timelines
How we assess complaints
The CCC assesses every complaint it receives to decide how serious it is, whether it warrants investigation, how quickly it must be actioned and who is best placed to investigate it
Why we refer complaints to agencies
To fight corruption, the CCC works closely with public sector agencies
About investigations
Read about why and how the CCC conducts its corruption investigations
Privacy, anonymity and whistleblowing
Respecting confidentiality is central to a fair complaints process
Our charter of service
This charter sets the standard of service you can expect if you lodge a complaint with us.
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