Information about our accountability and leadership, what we do, our structure and our beginnings.
Under our legislation we have search, surveillance and seizure powers, and powers to conduct coercive hearings and hold public inquiries.
Our misconduct jurisdiction encompasses units of public administration in Queensland’s public sector only, but our crime investigations can have national and international ramifications. We also provide Queensland’s witness protection service.
Our partnerships with state, national and international law enforcement agencies are essential to our work, and enable us to avoid duplication and maximise efficiency.
Our corporate publications including annual reports and strategic plans.
Details of the major legislation that underpins our functions.
The ‘right to information’ is the Queensland Government’s approach to giving the community greater access to information.
Information on how to find and contact the Crime and Misconduct Commission.
Online form to contact the CMC with general enquiries or for information.
Highlights and achievements in our work of investigating and fighting crime and misconduct, as reported in our Annual report 2011–12.