Key published decisions applying Schedule 3, section 10(4) RTI Act
Decisions in this section may refer to the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC), and to its misconduct function. As of 1 July 2014, the CMC is called the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) and its misconduct function is replaced with the more narrowly defined corruption function. The corruption function encompasses both corrupt conduct and police misconduct.
Darlington v Office of the Information Commissioner & Queensland Police Service  QCATA 167
QCAT considered the meaning of ‘about’ for the purposes of the exception to the exemption in schedule 3, section 10(6) of the RTI Act and determined that there was no question of law to be determined.
Minogue v Office of the Information Commissioner Queensland and Anor  QCATA 191
This was an appeal of G8KPL2 and Department of Health (Unreported, Queensland Information Commissioner, 31 January 2011) – the appeal was dismissed on the basis that there was no question of law to be determined.
Cronin and Crime and Corruption Commission  QICmr 13 (6 April 2017)
3RS8NM and Queensland Health  QICmr 2 (13 January 2017)
67IEWN and Queensland Health  QICmr 40 (7 October 2016)
F60XCX and Public Service Commission  QICmr 29 (2 August 2016)
Magin and Department of Environment and Heritage Protection  QICmr 26 (3) June 2016)
GM31AM and Queensland Police Service  QICmr 6 (25 March 2015)
McMahon and Crime and Misconduct Commission  QICmr 16 (1 May 2014)
Darlington and Queensland Police Service  QICmr 14 (11 April 2014)
Cameron and Queensland Police Service (Queensland Information Commissioner, 7 August 2012)
OIC decisions under FOI Act
Springborg, MP and Crime and Misconduct Commission (2006) 7 QAR 77
McKay and Department of Justice and Attorney-General (Unreported, Queensland Information Commissioner, 25 May 2010)
Last updated: May 1, 2018