The Commission assesses, investigates and exposes serious misconduct in the Western Australian public sector and misconduct in the Western Australian Police Force.
Corruption and misconduct generally occurs when a public officer abuses authority for personal gain, causes detriment to another person, or acts contrary to the public interest.
The Corruption and Crime Commission's purpose is to expose and disrupt corruption, serious misconduct and organised crime, giving the WA community confidence that public officers act in the public interest.
Misconduct is defined in section 4 of the Corruption, Crime and Misconduct Act 2003. The Act characterises misconduct as either serious misconduct or minor misconduct. Serious misconduct is dealt with by the Corruption and Crime Commission and minor misconduct is dealt with by the Public Sector Commission.
Corrupt behaviour presents in many forms in the workplace. Some examples include:
How to report corruption to the CCC
|Online||Report serious misconduct|
9.00am - 4.00pm
1800 803 186
This telephone line is not presently staffed due to the COVID-19 situation.
If you wish to make a report of serious misconduct or corruption, please use our online form https://www.ccc.wa.gov.au/report_misconduct.
Alternatively, you can send an email to the Commission at email@example.com.
You can leave a voicemail detailing the nature of your call. If you leave a message, please provide a contact email address. We will access your message in due course, however there will be a delay.
|Fax||(08) 9215 4884|
PO Box 330
9.00am - 4.00pm
Level 5, 45 Francis Street,