Media release - Corruption and Crime Commission is on the move

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1 March 2018

The doors of the Corruption and Crime Commission's office at 186 St Georges Terrace will close at 5:00 pm on Friday 2 March 2018.

After more than a decade on the Terrace, the Commission will start its next chapter at its new Northbridge premises on Tuesday 6 March 2018.

The new office and examination rooms, located at Level 5, 45 Francis Street Northbridge, will better suit the Commission’s current and future needs. It will accommodate all of the Commission’s team of more than 120 people and deliver purpose-built accommodation, as well as public examination rooms and interview rooms.

For the first time, all staff will be positioned on the one floor, which allows for easier interaction – and means a smaller, more efficient footprint for the Commission.

If you experience any difficulties or delays contacting members of the Commission on Friday 2 March 2018 whilst the relocation takes place, please call the Commission's security desk on (08) 9215 4888 to assist with directing your request.

The Commission's website www.ccc.wa.gov.au and Twitter account @CCCWestAus will remain available on Friday 2 March 2018 if you require information or updates.

If you would like to report serious misconduct or corruption in the WA public sector on Friday 2 March 2018, you can still complete the Commission's confidential online form at https://www.ccc.wa.gov.au/report_misconduct.

It’s business as usual for the Commission from 8.30 am on Tuesday 6 March 2018.

Attorney General John Quigley MLA will officially open the new premises on Wednesday 14 March 2018, and a media orientation is currently being planned which will provide the opportunity to update stock images and file vision, and to hear from the Commissioner.

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Media contacts
Marie Mills: (08) 9421 3600 or 0418 918 202
Louisa Mitchell: (08) 421 3600 or 0434 308 208