The CCC considers recommendation into the WA Police Force's reporting of use of force incidents complete
The CCC commends the Office of the Auditor General on a swift response to a recommendation made last year about data security procedures.
The WA community has a rightful expectation that personal information held in government owned and shared databases is protected.
A report exposing serious misconduct by the CEO of the Shire of Ravensthorpe who abused their power to misuse public funds for personal benefit.
Report on how the Water Corporation mismanaged the purchase of water meter testing equipment from China, costing the taxpayer more than a million dollars.
A second report exposing further abuse of electorate allowances and related misconduct risks.
The Commission warns that the conduct detailed in the report is not confined to this single incident or work place, but may be widespread throughout the community.
The report has lessons for all agencies about the serious risks associated with minimal supervision of employees, particularly in regional locations.
The report confirms WA Health has made substantial progress in responding to significant misconduct risks surrounding the management of controlled drugs in public hospitals.