- access information contained in CCC documents, or
- access your personal information or have any personal information about you in CCC documents amended if that information is inaccurate, incomplete, out of date or misleading.
The CCC can only make information access decisions in relation to documents in our possession or control. If the information you seek is in the possession or control of another government agency, you could consider making an information access application directly to that agency.
If the release of the information you are seeking may be of concern to any third parties, the CCC may be required to consult with those third parties prior to considering releasing the information.
It is the CCC’s practice to advise third parties of the details of the application, including the name of the applicant. If you have any objections to your identity being revealed to any third party, please provide advice of your concern with your application.
Information that is already available to the public
Before you consider making an application to access our information, check to see if what you are looking for is already available online.
- This website holds all our public reports, research documents, transcripts and exhibits from public hearings, previous annual reports and other reporting documents. Search this website.
- Our publication scheme includes our policies, procedures and registers
- Our disclosure log shows what non-personal information has already been released by the CCC in response to applications made under the RTI Act.
Information that is exempt from access
The RTI Act makes certain information relating to a CCC investigation exempt from release. This is called the CCC exemption and is detailed in full on the Office of the Information Commissioner’s website.
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