(4) Also, information is exempt information if it consists of information obtained, used or prepared for an investigation by a prescribed crime body, or another agency, in the performance of the prescribed functions of the prescribed crime body.
(6) However, information is not exempt information under subsection (4) or (5) in relation to a particular applicant if—
(a) it consists of information about the applicant; and
(b) the investigation has been finalised.
(9) In this section –
corruption functions see the Crime and Corruption Act 2001, section 33.
crime function see the Crime and Corruption Act 2001, section 25.
intelligence functions mean the functions mentioned in the Crime and Corruption Act 2001, section 53.
prescribed crime body means –
(a) the Crime and Corruption Commission; or
(b) the former Criminal Justice Commission; or
(c) the former Queensland Crime Commission.
prescribed functions means –
(a) in relation to the Crime and Corruption Commission – the crime function, the intelligence functions and the corruption functions; and
(b) in relation to the former Criminal Justice Commission – the functions of the former Criminal Justice Commission under the former Criminal Justice Act 1989 in relation to organised or major crime, or in relation to misconduct or official misconduct, within the meaning of that Act; and
(c) in relation to the former Queensland Crime Commission – the functions of the former Queensland Crime Commission under the repealed Crime Commission Act 1997 in relation to relevant criminal activity or major crime within the meaning of the Act.