Thank you for bringing your concerns to the Crime and Corruption Commission.
Before giving us the details of your complaint, please answer the following questions.
They are designed to ensure that you are directed to the right agency if your complaint is not a matter that the CCC can deal with.
This matter is outside our jurisdiction. Please contact the Commonwealth Ombudsman or the federal Government department.
Read about the matters we deal with. If you are unsure, please contact us for further advice.
A private health provider (e.g. GP, private hospital).
This matter is outside our jurisdiction. Please contact the private health provider directly or seek independent legal advice or contact the Office of the Health Ombudsman.
A private company.
For this matter to be within the jurisdiction of the CCC it needs to be connected to the conduct of a public sector agency or employee. If the conduct does not meet this criteria, please contact the private company directly or seek independent legal advice.
To progress your complaint in relation to a private company connected to the conduct of a public sector agency or employee, please select No to this question.
The CCC is only able to deal with corrupt conduct concerning a Queensland Government Owned Corporation if the Chief Executive Officer of the Government Owned Corporation or the Under Treasurer notifies the CCC of suspected corrupt conduct. Consider making your complaint directly to the relevant Government Owned Corporation, Under Treasurer or Contact us.
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