Corruption investigations, which by definition are criminal investigations, are undertaken in private.
Corruption investigations are ordinarily made public by the court or at the discretion of the Commissioner.
If an investigation uncovers evidence of criminal offending, the Commissioner may refer the matter to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), who will decide whether or not to prosecute the matter.
The Commissioner does not prosecute matters, decide if someone is innocent or guilty, or impose any penalties.
To assist the community to understand and track matters that are being or have been prosecuted as a result of an investigation by the Commissioner, we have compiled a list of current prosecutions before the court and prosecutions that have concluded.