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Statement from the Corruption and Crime Commission on Change

Corruption and Crime Commissioner John McKechnie this month marks his third anniversary at the helm of the CCC.

Media release and vision - Mixed results for WA Police Force in CCC use-of-force investigations

The Corruption and Crime Commission has reviewed WA Police Force investigations into two serious incidents where officers used excessive force – with two very different results and important lessons for WA Police Force.

Media alert - Former City of Perth Facilities Officer pleads guilty to corruption and bribery

A former Facilities Officer at the City of Perth, Mr Brett Edward Kenny (now known as Mr Brett Edward Peters), has today (13 March 2018) pleaded guilty to corruption and bribery charges following a comprehensive investigation by the Corruption and Crime Commission (CCC).

Media release - Corruption and Crime Commission is on the move

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.

Media release - CCC investigation leads to a custodial officer being jailed for corruption

A 33-year-old custodial officer has been sentenced to four years’ imprisonment following a cooperative investigation by the Corruption and Crime Commission, the WA Police Force and the Department of Corrective Services (now the Department of Justice).

Media release - City of Perth report finds no serious misconduct

The Corruption and Crime Commission has provided its ‘Report into allegations of serious misconduct by Councillors of the City of Perth between 21 and 24 October 2017’ to Parliament today (18 December 2017).

Media release - Two Custodial Officers stood down as part of a CCC investigation

Two Custodial Officers stood down as part of a CCC investigation Two Custodial Officers suspected of engaging in serious misconduct have been stood down from duty as part of a joint investigation conducted by the Corruption and Crime Commission, Department of Justice, and WA Police Force.

Media release - Two Custodial Officers stood down as part of a CCC investigation

The investigation focusses on improper associations between Custodial Officers and prisoners, and the facilitation of drugs and contraband into WA prisons.

Don't look on and do nothing - blow the whistle on corruption for International Anti-Corruption Day

This Saturday (9 December) is International Anti-Corruption Day – a day to expose corruption around the globe, and to recognise that no country, region or community is immune to this crime.

Media release - CCC report exposes corrupt licensing behaviour jeopardising public safety on WA roads

The Corruption and Crime Commission’s (CCC) latest report, Report on Corruption in Respect of Truck Driving Licence Applications, has uncovered corrupt behaviour at a former Neerabup truck driving school which resulted in hundreds of drivers being licensed without having their competence adequate

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