Case studies of investigations into matters including fraud within government agencies, police powers and practice, and other matters of significant public interest.
This report presents an innovative POP (problem-oriented policing) project conducted by detectives at the Gold Coast. It illustrates both the potential and the challenges of POP for contemporary police services
Criminal justice and health agencies in Queensland have been increasingly concerned about the continuing rise in the use of amphetamines and the harms and consequences associated with their use. Unfortunately, this concern is compounded by the lack of detailed and comprehensive information about the experiences and behaviours of amphetamine users in Queensland.
Investigation into official misconduct in the way a rape case was handled in Queensland in 1999, including the delivery and management of forensic science services.
Monitoring the ethical climate of organisations: a Queensland case study (Research & Issues Paper, No. 2)
Paper describing a simple survey method developed by the CMC to monitor the ‘ethical climate’ of the QPS and to track changes over time.