Accountability and leadership
Recent reviews and inquiries
- Review of the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001
- Inquiry into the CMC’s release and destruction of Fitzgerald inquiry documents
- Three year review of the CMC
Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Commission (PCMC)
The CMC is a statutory body, independent of the government of the day but answerable to the people of Queensland through the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee (PCMC) — an all-party parliamentary committee that monitors and reviews our activities and deals with complaints against us.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice
As we operate within Queensland’s justice portfolio, the Honourable Jarrod Bleijie MP, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, is the minister currently responsible for the allocation of our budget. We report to him on our efficiency, effectiveness, economy and timeliness.
The CMC is headed by a five-member group referred to as ‘the Commission’.
Membership of the Commission as at April 2013:
- Mr Warren Strange (Acting Chairperson)
- Ms Judith Bell (appointed May 2008)
- Mr Philip Nase (appointed November 2008)
- Professor Marilyn McMeniman (appointed April 2011)
- Mr George Fox (appointed September 2011)
View details of the appointment criteria for commissioners, assistant commissioners and senior officers.
Executive Leadership Group
The Commission sets CMC corporate policy and strategic directions, which are implemented by a five-member Executive Leadership Group (ELG).
Membership of the ELG as at April 2013: