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    Overview of CMC report Policing Public Order- review of public nuisance offence
    The Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) report, tabled in Parliament on 23 May 2008, makes five recommendations in response to two questions: “What was the impact of the introduction of the new public nuisance offence?” and “Are Queensland’s public nuisance offences being used properly, fairly and effectively?”. In general the CMC found that historical trends continued after the introduction o

    Crime and Misconduct Commission report on regulating outcall prostitution
    In December 2004, the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) released its report on the regulation of the prostitution industry in Queensland, Regulating prostitution: an evaluation of the Prostitution Act 1999 (Qld) (the 2004 report). The 2004 report concluded that Queensland has a safe and effective legal brothel industry, that there is no evidence of corruption or organised crime within the leg

    Criminal Code and Misconduct Amendment Bill
    The Crime and Misconduct and Summary Offences Amendment Bill 2009 contains amendments to the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001 and the Summary Offences Act 2005. The Bill amends the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001 to validate past and future use of general ‘umbrella’ referrals of major crime to the Crime and Misconduct Commission and to subject general referrals to periodic review to ensure they remain

    Crime and Misconduct Commission and Queensland Police Service Taser Review
    On 15 June 2009 the Minister for Police, Corrective Service and Emergency Services announced a review of Taser training and operational policy, to be conducted jointly by the Crime and Misconduct Commission and the Queensland Police Service. Cabinet noted the review and endorsed a public release of the QPS-CMC Taser Review report and the revised QPS Taser policy once approved by the Commissioner

    Qld Govt sub to CMC re alleged misuse of public money
    On 23 November 2009, the Crime and Misconduct commenced public hearings in relation to the allegations of official misconduct involving a former Ministerial adviser involving alleged misuse of public money. During the hearing, the CMC Chairperson stated that he would invite submissions from any interested party on the wider issues of what recommendations should be made with respect to the way the

    CMC Public Duty Private Interests
    On 18 December 2008, the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) issued a report on issues in pre-separation conduct and post-separation employment for the Queensland public sector. The CMC made five recommendations to amend elements of the existing policy and legislative framework so as to improve accountability in relation to pre-separation conduct and post-separation employment of public offici

    Govt response to CMC Report Restoring Order
    The CMC report Restoring order: Crime prevention and local justice in Queensland’s Indigenous communities was released on 20 November 2009, in response to the Queensland Government’s 2007 request for a review of policing in Indigenous communities. Cabinet broadly supported all six recommendations of the CMC. Five of the CMC recommendations were supported in full, including: a focus on crime preven

    Govt Response to CMC Recommendations 2009-2010
    In the Response to Integrity and Accountability in Queensland, the Government committed to releasing a public report in response to the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) recommendations. The Government’s intended actions for recommendations made by the CMC from 2009-2010 have been undertaken. The report covers the following CMC reports: Queensland Police Service – CMC Review of Taser Policy,

    Response to CMC Review of off-road motorcycling
    The Crime and Misconduct Commission's report Sound Advice: A review of the effectiveness of police powers in reducing excessive noise from off-road motorbikes (the CMC Report) was tabled in Parliament in April 2010. This report presented Government with recommendations from the CMC review of off-road motorcycle noise provisions within the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (PPRA). The CMC

    Govt response CMC report management police discipline and misconduct matters
    In November 2009, the then Attorney-General requested the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) review the current police discipline process as part of the public sector-wide integrity and accountability reforms. In December 2010 the CMC report, Setting the Standard: A review of current processes for the management of police discipline and misconduct matters, was tabled in Parliament. The CMC re

    Govt response review police discipline etc
    In November 2009, the then Attorney-General requested the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) review the current police discipline process as part of the public sector-wide integrity and accountability reforms. In December 2010, the CMC tabled in Parliament its report, Setting the Standard: A review of current processes for the management of police discipline and misconduct matters. In March 2

    Govt Submission to Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee review of CMC
    Under the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001, the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee (PCMC) is required to undertake a review of the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) at a time near to the end of three years from the appointment of the PCMC members. The PCMC is required to table a report in Parliament about any further action that should be taken in relation to the Crime and Misconduct

    response to cmc report on alleged misure of public monies
    The Crime and Misconduct Commission’s Report on an Investigation into the Alleged Misuse of Public Monies, and a Former Ministerial Adviser (the Report) followed an investigation into an anonymous complaint against Mr Simon Tutt, which alleged that he had inappropriately orchestrated a sporting grant to the University of Queensland Rugby Football Club (totalling $200,000). The CMC did not recomme

    Qld Government response to CMC report on Police move on powers
    In 2008, the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) commenced a review of the move-on powers contained in the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Qld) (PPRA). This Review was commenced following amendments to the PPRA which extended move-on powers to all public places throughout Queensland. In December 2010, the Review was published. The CMC have suggested 11 recommendations to the leg

    Report Independent Review Qld Police Complaints Discipline Misconduct System
    In November 2009, the then Attorney-General, the Honourable Cameron Dick requested the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) to conduct an independent review of current processes for management of police discipline and misconduct matters and to deliver a report. In December 2010, the CMC tabled its report in Parliament, Setting the Standard: A review of current processes for the management of poli

    Response to Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee Report 86 - Three Yearly Review of the CMC
    Government Response to the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee Report No. 86, May 2012, Three yearly review of the Crime and Misconduct Commission Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Section 292(f) of the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001 requires the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee (PCMC) to conduct a three yearly review of the activities of the Crime and Misconduct Commi

    Response to Report No 90 Inquiry into the CMC release and destruction of Fitzgerald Inquiry documents
    The Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) has an important role in Queensland to combat major crime, investigate misconduct in the public sector and improve public sector integrity. Cabinet considered the recommendations of the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee Report No. 90, Inquiry into the Crime and Misconduct Commission’s release and destruction of Fitzgerald Inquiry documents (th

    Criminal Law Criminal Organisations Disruptions Bill 2013
    To deliver on the commitment to implement tougher laws to tackle criminal gangs, the Government has implemented a comprehensive package of legislative reforms contained in three Acts: the Tattoo Parlours Act 2013, the Vicious and Lawless Association Disestablishment Act 2013 and the Criminal Law (Criminal Organisations Disruption) Amendment Act 2013. As foreshadowed in Parliament during the Octob

    Crime and Misconduct and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014
    On 3 July 2013, the Queensland Government tabled its response in the Legislative Assembly to the two recent reviews of the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC): the review by the Independent Advisory Panel of the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001; and the inquiry by the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee (PCMC) into the CMC’s release and destruction of Fitzgerald Commission of Inquiry doc

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    12 May, 2016

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