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Joint Standing Committee on the Anti-Corruption Commission

Joint (Legislative Council)

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Report No Title Date tabled Related documents
11 The Investigative Powers and Operational Accountability of the Anti-Corruption Commission10 Aug 2000More...
10 Report on the Hearings Held by the Joint Standing Committee on the Anti-Corruption Commission in the Legislative Council Chamber Parliament House, Perth on Friday, 5 May 200022 Jun 2000
9 A Report on the Special Investigation Conducted By Mr Geoffrey Miller QC: The Allegations, The Evidence, The Outcomes and Their Relevance to Anti-Corruption Procedures Within The Western Australian Police Service9 Dec 1999
8 Ministerial Response to the Committee's Recommendations3 Jun 1999
7 Annual Report13 May 1999
6 The Second Working Group Meeting of Parliamentary Committees with a Role to Oversee Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Bodies23 Dec 1998
5 Amending the Anti-Corruption Commission Act 199823 Dec 1998More...
4 Report on the Operational Accountability of the Anti-Corruption Commssion and the Protection of Rights Under the Anti-Corruption Commission Act 198829 Oct 1998
3 Report on Complaints made by Detective Sergeant Peter Coombs Against the Anti-Corruption Commission, Special Investigator Geoffrey Miller QC and Others18 Jun 1998
2 The Working Group of Parliamentary Committees with a Role to Oversee Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Bodies28 May 1998
Secrecy under the Anti-Corruption Commission Act7 Apr 1998
1 Confidentiality and Accountability: Parliamentary Supervision of Anti-Corruption and/or Law Enforcement Agencies in Australia23 Oct 1997
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.

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No proceedings