The CCC has today (Friday 25 May 2018) tabled a report in Parliament, which focusses on the management of dangerous drugs and the issue of theft and misuse of addictive pharmaceuticals in WA hospitals.
As part of its ongoing investigation to determine whether two former IT managers at Horizon Power engaged in corrupt or serious misconduct in the performance of their functions of office or employment.
On 26-27 April 2018, the CCC held public examinations to determine whether any public officer employed by or elected to the Shire of Halls Creek may have engaged in serious misconduct in the performance of their functions of office or employment.
The CCC has tabled two reports in Parliament, focussed on the actions taken by WA Police Force and the Department of Transport in response to recommendations made in reports following four separate CCC investigations over the past three years.
The director of an electrical maintenance firm contracted has been sentenced to 21 months imprisonment (suspended) for working with a former City of Perth facilities officer to corruptly carry out work worth almost $350,000.
The Corruption and Crime Commission is Western Australia's leading anti-corruption body. It works to improve the integrity of the Western Australian public sector and helps public sector agencies to minimise and manage serious misconduct, and assists WA Police to reduce the incidence of organised crime.