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.

Pieces by Gary Crooke

Unmasking a culture of corruption
Edition 65: Crimes and Punishments

Griffith Review