CCC commissioner Hammond announces retirement plans

THE head of Western Australia’s chief corruption fighting outfit will retire next year after three years at the helm of the powerful Crime and Corruption Commission. Kevin Hammond, 70, said he intended to retire at the end of March after almost 47 years as a lawyer, judge and as the inaugural CCC commissioner. Mr Hammond said in a statement that he believed the commission was now firmly established and its work was of great benefit to the WA community. He said the CCC was expected to complete its current public hearings by the end of next February, so March was a good time for a handover.

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