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Joint communique from Australia's anti-corruption Commissioners

Public officers hold office and exercise public power or functions for public benefit. Corruption may involve the abuse of public office or the improper use of public power by either elected or appointed officials.

Media release - CCC recommendations give rise to important Aboriginal cultural improvements in the WA Police Force

The Corruption and Crime Commission has today tabled in State Parliament a report detailing improvements to Aboriginal cultural awareness in the WA Police Force.

Statement from the Corruption and Crime Commission

The Corruption and Crime Commission regrets that the President of the Legislative Council has issued legal proceedings challenging the breadth and purpose of a current investigation involving former members of Parliament.

Media release - An active year for the Commission, community and public sector agencies

The Corruption and Crime Commission Annual Report 2018-19 has been tabled in State Parliament today.

Media release - Report reveals senior Health employee claimed more than half a million dollars in overtime payments to which she was not entitled

The Corruption and Crime Commission (the Commission) has today tabled in State Parliament a report that forms two opinions of serious misconduct relating to unsubstantiated overtime claims, and unauthorised absences resulting in a false final leave payout.

Media release - Update on CCC investigation into Parliamentary electoral allowances

At approximately 3.30 pm on 10 September 2019, two notices were served on the Clerk of the Legislative Council to provide the Corruption and Crime Commission with documents and materials that the Procedure and Privileges Committee has determined is not subject to Parliamentary Privilege.

Statement from the Corruption and Crime Commission

The Corruption and Crime Commission (the Commission) is investigating allegations of serious misconduct in relation to electoral and other allowances.

CCC takes its investigation into parliamentary electoral allowances public

The Corruption and Crime Commission will hold a public examination on Friday 16 August 2019 as one part of an ongoing investigation into allegations of serious misconduct and corruption in relation to the use of parliamentary electoral allowances.

Commission investigation reveals fake engagement letters to authorise big payments

An investigation has revealed a former senior public servant falsified records, defied Cabinet decisions and recklessly failed to comply with proper procedure resulting in significant unauthorised expenditure of public funds.

Statement from the Corruption and Crime Commission: Independent WA Police Review

The Corruption and Crime Commission has not received a copy, nor has it required a copy, of the independent review of the Western Australia Police Force commissioned in 2017, known as the 'Bogan Report'.

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