The main role of the Corruption and Crime Commission is to assist public sector agencies to prevent, identify and deal with misconduct.
The organisational systems and cultures of public sector agencies strongly influence the behaviour of staff, both positively and negatively.
The CCC assists public sector agencies to prevent, identify and deal with misconduct by working with them to identify strengths and weaknesses in their systems and cultures as they relate to misconduct.
We do this by;
There are five Corruption Prevention teams grouped according to like agencies. They are:
Each team is required to:
A sixth team is responsible for research and development with respect to misconduct management systems and cultures across the public sector in general.