Gary Crooke


Gary Crooke was the senior counsel assisting the Fitzgerald Inquiry into police corruption in Queensland (1987–89), and the senior counsel assisting the Wood Royal Commission into police corruption in New South Wales (1995–97). He was also chairman of the National Crime Authority, and Integrity Commissioner for Queensland, and a consultant to advise on combatting possible police corruption in Victoria. He is now retired.


Unmasking a culture of corruption

EssayWITH THE PASSING of thirty years since Queensland’s Fitzgerald Inquiry and its seminal report, an opportunity arises to sit back and review the era in which it was conducted and to reflect upon any changes or differences that may...

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