Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions

Disclosure Log

Disclosure Log

The CDPP is required to publish all documents obtained under FOI, within 10 working days of the applicant receiving the documents. The CDPP’s Disclosure Log lists all FOI request responses placed on our website within 10 days of providing the response to the applicant. Documents disclosed in response to an FOI request that are subject to the exceptions below are not required to be placed on the Disclosure Log.

Documents containing the following are exempt from the Disclosure Log:

  • personal information about any person if publication would be unreasonable;
  • information about the business, commercial, financial or professional affairs of any person;
  • information determined by the Australian Information Commissioner not to be disclosed; or
  • any information if it is not reasonably practicable to publish the information because of the required deletions to the document.

The information described in the register below has been released by the CDPP under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and is available for public access.

Information that is not available for download from our website may be requested by writing to:

FOI Coordinator
Commonwealth DPP
GPO Box 3104
Canberra ACT 2601

Or sending an email to inquiries@cdpp.gov.au

A charge may be imposed to reimburse the CDPP for the cost incurred in copying or reproducing the information or sending it to you. You will be notified if any charge is payable and required to pay the charge before the information is provided.

CDPP Disclosure Log
Disclosure log number (click to view document)Date information listed in disclosure logSummary of FOI request received by CDPPDescription of information released (and whether released in full or part)
PDF icon CDPP201801.pdf11/05/2018
  1. The number of charges instigated for Division268 of the Code since 2002 and Division 274 of the Code since 2010
  2. The number of charges that have led to prosecutions under Division 268 of the Code since 2002 and Division 274 of the Code since 2010
  3. Number of referrals or matters that the Composition of the ‘Organised Crime and Counter‑Terrorism Practice’ reviewed or is reviewing in relation to war crimes (or other offences within Division 268) referred to in Annual Reports of 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017
  4. The CDPP assessment of the charges pursuant to Division 268 of the Criminal Code (Cth) relating to the then President of Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapaksa in 2011.
  5. The CDPP assessment of the request to prosecute pursuant to Division 268 of the Criminal Code relating to the former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in 2009
  6. Any other CDPP assessments relating to other persons who were charged with, or the subject of requests to prosecute, for offences pursuant to Divisions 268, since 2002 and Division 274, since 2010 of the Criminal Code.
  7. Any assessments made in relation to whether Australians returning from fighting in Syria and Iraq are to be charged with offences under Division 268
  8. The number of matters referred from foreign countries relating to Australians involved in genocide, war crimes or crimes against humanity
  9. The number of Mutual Assistance Requests and the number of Extradition requests made in relation to Division 268, since 2002 and Division 274, since 2010 of the Criminal Code to foreign countries, the names of the foreign countries as well as the number of requests granted
  10. Number of charges that have resulted in a successful conviction and access to the documents specifying names and the case citations for successful convictions
  1. The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full
  2. The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full
  3. The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full
  4. Access was refused
  5. No documents exist
  6. Access was refused
  7. No documents exist
  8. No documents exist
  9. This aspect of the request was transferred to another agency
  10. The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full

 

File CPP20180XA.xlsx

PDF icon CDPP20180XB.pdf

PDF icon CDPP20180XC.pdf

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14/03/2018
  1. Data on money laundering prosecutions from 2000 until 2017.
  1. Money Laundering by Act and outcome 2000-2017 (as at 14.03.18) – released in full
  2. Penalty Outcome Summary Report – Proceeds of Crime Act (as at 14.03.18) – released in full
  3. Penalty Outcome Summary Report- Criminal Code Commonwealth (as at 14.03.18) – released in full
  4. Penalty Outcome Summary Report – AMLCT (as at 14.03.18)- released in full

File CDPP20170x.xlsx

19 January 2017
  1. Information about convicted social security offenders aggregated by sex between 2000-01 and 2014-15
  1. Centrelink matters convicted by financial year and gender from 1 July 2000 to 30 June 2015 (As at 01.02.2017) – released in full
  2. Convicted Centrelink matters where the defendant received a penalty of s19B(1)(c) and/ or s19(1)(b) from the Crimes Act 1914 by financial year and gender (as at 01.02.2017) – released in full

 

File CDPP20170XA.xlsx

File CDPP20170XB.xlsx

File CDPP20170XC.xlsx

 

 

 

23 February 2017
  1. People Smuggling statistics

1. The number of charges instigated for the following offences under Division 12, Subsection A of the Migration Act 1958 (Vth), including offences as they were prior to amendments:

  • Section 233A ‘Offence of People Smuggling’

Previously section 233

  • Section 233B ‘Aggravated Offence of People Smuggling (dangerous death etc).
  • Section 233C ‘Aggravated Offence of People Smuggling (5 or more people)’

Previously Section 232A

  • Section 233D ‘Supporting the Offence of People smuggling’

2. The number of charges instigated for the following offences under Division 73, Subsection A of the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth), including offences as they were prior to amendments;

3. The number of charges under the sections included in (1) and (2) that have resulted in a successful conviction, and access to documents specifying the names (or pseudonyms, assuming names cannot be disclosed for confidential reasons) and the case citations for these successful convictions.

4. A report detailing all existing/ available data for phases of the prosecution process including committal, trial, sentence and appeal under the offences in (1) and (2), since 1 January 1999 to 1 Fbruary 2017, including particulars of defendant names or pseudonyms, dates, court offence/ counts/ charge/ plea/ outcome and penalties.

CDPP People Smuggling stats, released in full.

File CDPP20170X.docx

7 February 2017
  1. Matters in relation to DHS staff misconduct referred to the CDPP between 1 July 2014 and 31 October 2014.
  1. Table containing summary of matters referred including, charge, outcome and brief facts – released in full.

 

File CDPP20170X.xlsx

7 September 2017
  1. Request for “a penalty summary sheet for all matters commenced under s89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97 of the Postal Services Act 1975”.
  1. CDPP Penalty Outcome Summary, released in full.

PDF icon CDPP20170X.pdf

PDF icon CDPP20170X.pdf

21/08/2017
  1. Report on the outcome of all matters pursuant to section 159, 159A or 159B of the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989 and section 119 of the Child Support (Registration and Collection) Act 1988 between 1 October 1989 and 31 July 2016
  1. Penalty Outcome Summary Report as at 24 August 2016 for section 119 of the Child Support (Registration and Collection) Act 1988
    This report contains all matters that have at least one offence against section 119 of the Child Support (Registration and Collection) Act 1988 where the defendant received a sentence/ penalty.
    Released in full.
  2. Penalty Outcomes Summary Report as at 24 August 2016 for sections 159 of the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989
    This report contains all matters that have at least one offence against section 159 of the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989 where the defendant received a sentence/ penalty.
    Released in full.
     
    The CDPP had no record in our database of prosecutions pursuant to section 159A or section 159B of the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989.
File CDPP201516.xlsx01/06/2016
  1. The number of charges instigated for Division 272 of the Criminal Code and any related extraterritorial child sex offences, since the implementation of the Crimes (Child Sex Tourism) Amendment Act 1994 (Cth).

  2. Number of Mutual Assistance Requests and the number of Extradition requests made in relation to Division 272 of the Criminal Code to foreign countries, the names of the foreign countries as well as the number of requests granted.

  3. Number of charges that have resulted in a successful conviction and access to the documents specifying names and the case citations for successful convictions.

  1. The number of charges instigated for Division 272 of the Criminal Code and any related extraterritorial child sex offenses, since the implementation of the Crimes (Child Sex Tourism) Amendment Act 1994 (Cth).

    Response - This document was released in full

  2. Number of Mutual Assistance Requests and the number of Extradition requests made in relation to Division 272 of the Criminal Code to foreign countries, the names of the foreign countries as well as the number of requests granted.

    Response - This Office confirms that it has not sought the Extradition of any offender or fugitive in respect of an offence or alleged offence pursuant to Division 272 of the Criminal Code (Cmth)

  3. Number of charges that have resulted in a successful conviction and access to the documents specifying names and the case citations for successful convictions.

    Response - This Office confirms that one Mutual Assistance request has been made to the United States of America for offences pursuant to Division 272 of the Criminal Code (Cmth) in relation to one offender. The Mutual Assistance request was withdrawn shortly after it was made as the offender entered a plea of guilty.

PDF icon CDPP201515.pdf29/02/2016

A report detailing all available data for all phases of the prosecuting process including committal, trial, sentence and appeal under Division 272 of the Criminal Code 1995 (Cth) between 1 January 2010 to 1 February 2016 including particulars of defendant name or pseudonyms, dates, court offence/counts/charge, plea/outcome and penalties.

Authorisation

The documents were released in full.

File CDPP201512.xlsx

PDF icon CDPP201513.pdf

PDF icon CDPP201514.pdf

 

07/10/2015

“How many prosecutions has the CDPP made under s.142.2(1) Criminal Code – Abuse of Public Office by officers of the APS and or also any Independent Statutory Office Holder’s have ever been prosecuted and a list of those case’s including what financial year’s these occurred in”.

The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full

File CDPP2015008.xlsx

File CDPP2015009.xlsx

PDF icon CDPP2015010.pdf

File CDPP2015011.xlsx

07/10/2015

The applicant requested a spread sheet summarising the outcome for all matters under sections 184(1), 184(2), 184(3), 191(1), 195(1), 209(3) and 588G(3) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) that were finalised between 1 January 2005 and 31 December 2014. A spreadsheet summarising the outcome for all matters under sections 232(2), 232(4), 232(5), 232(6), 588G (in conjunction with section 1317FA), 231 and 232A of the The Corporations Law that were finalised between 1 January 2005 and 31 December 2014.

The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full
File CDPP201515.xlsx30/07/2015

The applicant requested a report summarising all available data for all phases of the prosecuting process including Committal, Summary, Trial, Sentence and Appeals for section 70 and 79 of the Crimes Act 1914 between 1 January 1990 and 22 July 2015 and section S 91(1)

of the Criminal Code. The request was later modified to include all outcomes for section 70 and 79 of the Crimes Act 1914 including those matters discontinued or withdrawn for all phases of the prosecuting process including Committal, Summary, Trial, Sentence and Appeals between 1 January 1990 and 22 July 2015.

There was no data available in respect of section 91(1) of the Criminal Code but the remaining information was extracted from a data base and released in full.

CDPP2015006 [PDF]
CDPP2015007 [PDF]
05/10/2015The CDPP assessment of the charges under ss 101.6 and 11.5 of the Criminal Code (Cth) relating to Harun Causevic.Two documents were released in part.
File CDPP2015005.xlsx20/02/2015

The applicant requested a report summarising the Penalty Outcome for all matters commenced under sections 102.1, 102.2, 102.3, 102.4, 102.5, 102.6, 102.7 and 102.8 of the Commonwealth Criminal Code between 1 January 2000 and February 2015.

The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full.

File CDPP2015004A.xlsx

PDF icon CDPP2015004B.pdf

File CDPP2015004C.xlsx

18/02/2015

The applicant requested a report summarising the Penalty Outcome for all matters commenced under the following provisions of the following legislation between 1 January 2000 and January 2015.

  • Offences pertaining to s 20, s 21, s 27 , s 28 of the Charter of the United Nations Act 1945.
  • Offences pertaining to s 6, s 7, s 8, s 9 of the Crimes (Foreign Incursions and Recruitment) Act 1978.
  • Offences pertaining to s 24AA, s 24A, s 25, s 26, s 27, s 28, s 29 of the Crimes Act 1914.
  • Offences pertaining to s 72.3, s 80.1, s 80.1AA, s 80.2, s 80.2A, s 80.2B, s 80.2C, s 91.1, s 115.1, s 115.2, s 115.3, s 115.4 of the Criminal Code.
Offences pertaining to s 8 of the Crimes (Hostages) Act 1989.
The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2015003_.pdf30/01/2015

The applicant requested a report summarising the Penalty Outcome for all matters commenced under sections 101.1, 101.2, 101.4, 101.5, 101.6, 103.1, 103.2 of the Commonwealth Criminal Code between 1 January 2000 and January 2015.

The information requested was extracted from a data base and released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2015002 [PDF]22/01/2015The applicant requested a copy of a letter he wrote to the Director of the CDPP that he provided himself to the CDPP in April 2014.The document was released in full.

PDF icon CDPP2015001.pdf

File CDPP2015001.rtf

16/01/2015

The applicant requested information on the number of prosecutions commenced by the CDPP pursuant to section 474.17 of the Criminal Code (Cth) between 1995 and 19 December 2014 including dates, court, pseudonyms, outcome etc.

The request was revised by consent and the information was extracted from a database and released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2014002 [PDF]22/01/2014The applicant requested a copy of a 1965 memorandum to staff from Elder Smith Limited.As the applicant provided this document to the CDPP, it was released back to him in full.
PDF icon CDPP2014001 [PDF]22/01/2014The applicant requested a copy of an ASIC letter which was sent to the applicant himself in November 2009.The document was released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2013008 [PDF]19/12/2013The applicant requested a copy of a letter that he received from the South Australian Attorney-General and then forwarded on to the CDPP.The document was released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2013007 [PDF]19/12/2013The applicant requested a copy of a deed between Elders IXL and Elders Superannuation – the document itself was provided to the CDPP by the applicant as an attachment to a letter received in October 2013.The document was released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2013006 [PDF]19/12/2013The applicant requested a copy of a letter from the Secretary of a Super Fund that he himself provided to the CDPP in October 2013.The document was released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2013005 [PDF]22/11/2013The applicant requested a copy of a letter from News Limited that he provided to the CDPP in October 2013.The document was released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2013004 [PDF]22/11/2013The applicant requested access to a “Resolution” that the applicant himself sent to the CDPP in October 2013.As the document requested was originally received from the applicant, it was released in full.
PDF icon CDPP2013003 [PDF]25/10/2013The applicant requested access to a Deed of Variation for ‘The Provident Fund’. The Deed itself was attached to a letter sent by the applicant to the CDPP in July 2013As the document requested originated from the applicant, it was released back to the applicant in full.

File CDPP2013002A.xlsx

File CDPP2013002B.xlsx

File CDPP2013002C.xlsx

File CDPP2013002D.xlsx

 

 

 

25/10/2013

The request was a transfer from DHS in which the applicant sought information about the convictions obtained in South Australia for Centrelink fraud for the last four financial years.

The information requested was collated in excel spreadsheets and released in full.

PDF icon CDPP2013001 [PDF]19/04/2013The applicant requested access to the CDPP’s latest P3M3 external assessment and our Capability Improvement PlanThe documents requested were released in full
PDF icon CDPP2012001 [PDF]23/11/2012The request was a transfer from DHS for documents relating to the Centrelink Fraud ManualConfiscation Bulletins released with minor personal information redactions
PDF icon CDPP2011001 [PDF]2/11/2011The Director’s letter relating to proceeds of crime action against Registered Informant 719Letter from Deputy Director to RI719 and two Director’s undertakings to RI719 all released in full