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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

Department of Transport Officer Guilty of Unlawful Use of Work Database

A joint investigation by the Corruption and Crime Commission and WA Police Force has led to the successful prosecution of a Department of Transport employee over the unlawful access and supply of confidential information from a work database.

Media release - A year of consolidation, innovation and improved efficiency

The Corruption and Crime Commission 2016-17 Annual Report has been tabled in State Parliament, detailing a year that saw the consolidation of organisational changes, and innovation and improved efficiency at the Commission.

Media release - CCC searches Halls Creek premises

The Corruption and Crime Commission has today (Tuesday 26 September 2017) searched a number of premises in Halls Creek, including the Shire headquarters at 7 Thomas Street.

Media release - Multi-Agency Operation Arrests

Two people have been charged as part of a multi-agency investigation conducted by WA Police, the Corruption and Crime Commission, and the Department of Transport.

Media Release - Commission’s report leads to tighter controls and safer roads

The Commission’s Report on the Activities of Certain Vehicle Examiners Contracted by the Department of Transport, tabled today in Parliament, details the behaviour of three private sector vehicle examiners and how they were corruptly involved in passing hundreds of different vehicles wit

Media release - Commission recommends prosecution of former Koorda Shire Councillor

A Corruption and Crime Commission report presented to State Parliament today recommends criminal proceedings be taken against a former Koorda Shire Councillor and Department of Transport licensing examiner, Mr Gregory Briotti.

CCC is now breaking news on Twitter

The Corruption and Crime Commission (CCC) has added Twitter to the range of ways you can stay informed and up-to-date with our latest news, and we invite you to follow us @CCCWestAus.

Commissioner McKechnie speech - 2016 International Anti-Corruption Day

Download a copy of Commissioner McKechnie's speech to approximately 300 senior Western Australian Government officers at a breakfast event for 2016 International Anti-Corruption Day on Friday 9 December.



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