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ICONIC QUEENSLAND PLACES REGULATION 2008 No. 164 - SECT 17

17 When chief executive must deal with complaint

(1) The chief executive must deal with a complaint about a statutory breach by a member of the panel members code of conduct if--

(a) the complaint is made to the chief executive, and the chief executive is not required, under the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001, to notify the CMC about the complaint; or
Note--
See the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001, section 38 (Duty to notify commission of official misconduct) for the duty of a public official to notify the CMC of a complaint, information or matter that involves, or may involve, official misconduct under that Act.
(b) a complaint about the breach has been made to the CMC or the ombudsman (the external review body) and the external review body has notified the chief executive that the external review body--
(i) has decided not to take action, or has decided to discontinue action, in relation to the complaint; and
(ii) recommends the complaint be referred to the chief executive to be dealt with by the chief executive.

(2) The chief executive must deal with a complaint made to the chief executive about a breach, other than a statutory breach, by a member of the panel members code of conduct.



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