The Corruption and Crime Commission has today tabled in State Parliament its report into the Road Safety Commission Western Force partnership in 2017.
The former Koorda Shire Councillor at the centre of a Corruption and Crime Commission investigation into driver licence applications has today been sentenced to two years’ imprisonment.
The Corruption and Crime Commission has finalised its review of two separate WA Police investigations into alleged use of excessive force against a couple in December 2016.
To address and reduce serious misconduct risks in prisons, the Corruption and Crime Commission has called for a wholesale change of culture, simplified policies and procedures and improved technology. It says that time is passing and action within our prison system is overdue.
The need to combat the misuse of sensitive information held by public sector agencies by public officers is highlighted by the CCC identifying data and information as one of its five strategic themes.
The CCC tabled its 2017-18 Annual Report in State Parliament on Thursday 20 September 2018, highlighting a year of increased productivity and improved efficiency.
This guide has been issued by the Corruption and Crime Commission and Public Sector Commission to provide Principal Officers with a range of important information about their obligations in processing allegations of misconduct raised with or within the authority.
The CCC has today (Thursday 30 August 2018) tabled its Report into how conflicts of interest undermine good governance - A report on the Chief Executive Officer of the Shire of Halls Creek.
Find out what types of allegations the CCC received during quarter four 2017/18, and which government agencies they relate to.
The Corruption and Crime Commission (CCC) has today tabled in State Parliament three separate reports focussed on the inadequacy of the reporting of use of force in Western Australian prisons.