The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) has a lead role in helping public sector agencies to deal effectively and appropriately with corruption. Each financial year the CCC conducts a program of audits to determine how agencies have responded to particular types of complaints and how robust their complaints management and corruption prevention frameworks are. The CCC also undertakes audits aimed at controlling the risks of corruption within the public sector.
In 2016–17, the CCC conducted an audit examining how a representative sample of departments and statutory bodies conducted corruption risk assessments.
To access the audit results, please click here.
DV 29 September 2017