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Parliamentary Inspector
of the Corruption and Crime Commission
of Western Australia
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Welcome to the Parliamentary Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission of Western Australia website.

The Office of the Parliamentary Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission was established on 1 January 2004. Its jurisdiction covers the Corruption and Crime Commission of Western Australia.

The Office of the Parliamentary Inspector assesses and investigates complaints about the actions and decisions of the Corruption and Crime Commission.

The Office of the Parliamentary Inspector also makes recommendations to the Corruption and Crime Commission, independent agencies, appropriate authorities and reports and makes recommendations to Parliament and Standing Committees.

Update

"The Office of the Parliamentary Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission acknowledges with sadness the passing of the former Parliamentary Inspector, the Hon Michael Murray AO QC, who retired on 31 March 2020.

His contribution to the law and the public sector in Western Australia was exceptional, and in particular the Office pays tribute to him for his time as Parliamentary Inspector, a role he held for just over seven years. Appointed in 2013, Mr Murray worked tirelessly to ensure that the Corruption and Crime Commission was appropriately scrutinised in accordance with the Corruption, Crime and Misconduct Act 2003 and that the Parliament was kept informed of his work in this regard.

While Mr Murray worked constructively and cooperatively with the Commission, he served the Parliament of Western Australia without fear or favour and tabled many notable reports which detailed concerns about the Commission's operations or decisions and flaws in the Act itself. The Acting Parliamentary Inspectors, the Hon John Chaney SC and Mr Matthew Howard SC, reiterate their gratitude for all of Mr Murray's work and extend their deepest condolences to his family."



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