CMC Inquiry hears how “huge mistakes” were made
Recordkeeping practices at Queensland’s Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) remain in the spotlight at the ongoing Parliamentary inquiry into the release of sensitive documents from the Fitzgerald Inquiry, the landmark 1980s investigation into into state police corruption.
A public inquiry is underway into how 4000 documents were destroyed in 2007 and how another 741 documents were made publicly available. These include operational records which deal with records of interview, describe surveillance and named informants.
Read more: Image and Data Manager, March 21, 2013