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CCC investigation leads to former police officer being prosecuted and sentenced for assault

A former police officer has pleaded guilty to assaulting a detainee in custody and has today been sentenced at the Magistrates Court in Kalgoorlie.

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Why doesn't the CCC confirm or deny what it is working on?

Find out why the CCC does not generally make public any information it may or may not have received or what it is or isn't investigating.

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Commissioner McKechnie guest speaks at Curtin Law School's Eminent Speaker Series

Read a transcript of Commissioner McKechnie's speech on 'The Constitutional Place and Purpose of the CCC'.

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Commission's report leads to tighter controls and safer roads

Report exposes three vehicle examiners who engaged in serious misconduct by corruptly passing hundreds of vehicles without inspecting them.

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You can now follow us on Twitter

The Corruption and Crime Commission has an official Twitter account — @CCCWestAus. Follow us now for weekly updates on our latest news.

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REPORT CORRUPTION NOW

The CCC works to improve the integrity of the Western Australian public sector and assists public sector agencies to minimise and manage serious misconduct.
Anyone can report suspected corruption by Western Australian public officers to the CCC.

Or Call 1800 803 186