Corrupt Conduct Issues paper
As part of its election commitment to ensure Queensland has a government that lives up to the highest standards of integrity, the Government has committed to widening the definition of ‘corrupt conduct’ in the Crime and Corruption Act 2001.
The definition of corrupt conduct sets the bounds of the Crime and Corruption Commission’s jurisdiction in relation to addressing public sector corruption. This issues paper has been developed to provide the opportunity for public consultation on the definition of corrupt conduct.
The purpose of the issues paper is to seek information about:
- issues arising from the current definition of corrupt conduct
- potential changes to the current definition to address these issues.
Your feedback on the issues paper will help the Government to ensure changes to the definition of corrupt conduct are necessary and appropriate.
Review of the definition of corrupt conduct
This issues paper has been developed to provide the opportunity for public consultation on the definition of corrupt conduct. Download a copy of the issues paper.
How to make a submission about the issues paper
In providing comments or a submission please refer to the relevant question number and provide reasons and supporting details or data for your response. Please feel free to comment on other issues about the definition of corrupt conduct which are not raised in the issues paper.
Please provide any comments or submissions by 29 March 2016.
- by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- by post: Corrupt Conduct Issues Paper
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
GPO Box 149
Brisbane QLD 4001