Investigations are central to our fight against misconduct in the public sector. To give us the tools we need to run complex and effective operations, the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001, and the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 provide us with special powers.
These include search, surveillance and seizure powers, and the power to conduct coercive hearings. The latter means that we can compel people to attend and give evidence, and produce documents and other material.
Published reports of CMC investigations.
Transcripts and reports from past CMC hearings.
Case studies of investigations into matters including fraud within government agencies, police powers and practice, and other matters of significant public interest.
Latest misconduct statistics including nature of complaints.
Facing the facts is a set of comprehensive and practical guidelines for dealing with suspected official misconduct in Queensland public sector agencies.