The Corruption and Crime Commission is focused on helping public sector agencies minimise and manage misconduct, and improving the integrity of the public sector. It does this by working collaboratively with public sector agencies to increase their ability to effectively deal with misconduct.
The Commission works to:
- identify misconduct-related weaknesses in business processes
- deal with misconduct, when it occurs
- provide advice about minimising misconduct.
The Commission also retains its power to investigate cases of misconduct. While the Commission has no power to investigate organised crime, it does assist police by granting special powers to help act against organised crime.