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Joint Standing Committee on the Corruption and Crime Commission

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Report No Title Date tabled Related documents
Report 31Inquiry into the Legislative Amendments to the Corruption and Crime Commission Act 2003- The Role of the Corruption and Crime Commission in Investigating Serious and Organised Crime in Western Australia9 Nov 2007
Report 30Annual Report 2006-200720 Sep 2007
29 Legislative and Procedural Matters Arising from the Parliamentary Inspector's Investigation and Review of the Acts and Proceedings of the Corruption and Crime Commission Concerning Mr John D'Orazio14 Aug 2007
28 Parliamentary Inspector's Investigation and Review of the Acts and Proceedings of the Corruption and Crime Commission Concerning Mr John D'Orazio MLA18 Jul 2007
27 Hearing with the Parliamentary Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission on 9 May 200721 Jun 2007
Report 26Inquiry into the Future Operation of Witness Protection Programmes in Western Australia14 Jun 2007
25 Report on Past Misconduct Inquiry - Western Australian Police 17 May 2007
Report 24Interim Report on Amendments to the Corruption and Crime Commission Act 2003 - A Public Interest Monitor17 May 2007
23 Examination of the 2005-2006 Annual Report of the Corruption and Crime Commission5 Apr 2007
22 Public Hearing with the Corruption and Crime Commission on 21 March 20075 Apr 2007
21 Report on Release of Records Pertaining to the Joing Standing Committee on the Corruption and Crime Commission and its Predecessor29 Mar 2007
20 Public Hearing with the Integrity Coordinating Group on 13 September 200629 Mar 2007
19 Hearing with the Parliamentary with the Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission on 12 December 200622 Mar 2007
18 Hearing with the Corruption and Crime Commission on 22 November 200622 Mar 2007
17 Inquiry into the future operation of Witness Protection Programmes in WA: Interim Report on ACC Reports into the death of a protected witness30 Nov 2006
16 Joint Standing Committee on the Corruption & Crime Commission to Continue after Dissolution of Parliament26 Oct 2006
15 Public Hearing with the Parliamentary Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission on 16 August 200626 Oct 2006
14 Public Hearing with the Corruption and Crime Commission on 30 August 200619 Oct 2006
13 Ombudsman's Redress Guidelines: Information for Complaints19 Oct 2006
12 Annual Report 2005 - 200621 Sep 2006
11 Public Hearing Examining Outreach Programmes of the Corruption & Crime Commission31 Aug 2006
10 Interim Report on Amendments to the Corruption and Crime Commission Act, 200322 Jun 2006
9 Inquiry into the future operation of witness protection programmes in Western Australia15 Jun 2006
8 Public Hearing with the Corruption and Crime Commission on 3 May 200615 Jun 2006
7 REPORT INTO CLARIFICATION SOUGHT BY THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE CORRUPTION AND CRIME COMMISSION11 May 2006
6 Examination of the 2004 - 2005 Annual Report of the Parliamentary Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission6 Apr 2006
5 Examination of the 2004-2005 Annual Report of the Corruption and Crime Commission30 Mar 2006
4 Acting Parliamentary Inspector's Report in the matter of an allegation concerning the Honourable John D'Orazio MLA22 Mar 2006
3 Inquiry into Legislative Amendments to the Corruption and Crime Commission Act, 200317 Nov 2005
2 Correspondence from Mr Kevin Hammond, Commissioner of the Corruption and Crime Commission and Mr Malcolm McCusker QC, Parliamentary Inspector30 Aug 2005
1 Annual Report 2004 - 200525 Aug 2005
Purpose of undertakings

When the Committee finds an issue in delegated legislation, it may request an undertaking from the relevant local government or Minister to fix the issue (for example, by amending the delegated legislation).

A person or body giving an undertaking commits to do certain actions within a certain timeframe, for example to:

  • amend delegated legislation within a certain timeframe (usually 6 months) and not enforce it in the meantime;
  • provide a copy of the undertakings wherever the delegated legislation is publically available (such as at a local government office or on a website);
  • provide a copy of the minutes of the meeting at which the council of a local government resolved to provide an undertaking.

Giving an undertaking to a Parliamentary Committee is a serious matter. A failure to comply with an undertaking may be reported to the Legislative Council for further action.