Independent CCC Reporting Review

The Queensland Government established an independent review into the Crime and Corruption Commission’s (CCC) reporting on the performance of its corruption functions (the Review).

In establishing the Review, the Government referred to the need to legislate new reporting powers for the CCC, while recognising that the publishing of reports relating to individual corruption matters raised complex legal, ethical and human rights issues.  The Government stated that it had initiated the Review to ensure that any legislative amendments struck a proper balance between the right of the individual and the broader public interest.

The Honourable Catherine Holmes AC SC, the former Chief Justice of Queensland, was appointed as the Reviewer. Read more information about the Reviewer.

The Review commenced on 19 February 2024 and provided a report on the Review to the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence on 20 May 2024.

Download the Report of the Independent Crime and Corruption Commission Reporting Review (PDF, 12.2 MB).

View the Terms of Reference for the review.