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Reflections on the first year - The Corruption Crime and Misconduct Act 2003

Public Sector Commission

Event outline

Changes to the Corruption, Crime and Misconduct Act 2003 commenced in July 2015. These changes provided for the  Public Sector Commission to oversight minor misconduct of public officers and for the Corruption and Crime Commission to focus its attention on police misconduct, and on serious misconduct and corruption.

As part of closing out the first year of operating under the new framework, we invite you to join us as we discuss our observations and reflections on the year that was.

This session includes:

  • information about the notifications and reports of misconduct made over the last year
  • case examples relating to minor misconduct
  • themes arising from notifications and reports
  • an outline of the focus for misconduct prevention and education.

Audience Group:  This session is for senior integrity officers, governance practitioners, and employees responsible for misconduct prevention in their public sector agency, local government and public university.

Dates & registration

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Provider information

The Public Sector Commission brings leadership and expertise to the public sector to enhance integrity, effectiveness and efficiency. Many of the Commission’s courses and events are free for Western Australian public sector employees.