Queensland Racing Integrity Commissioner
The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) will commence operation on Friday 1 July, 2016.
QRIC is a statutory body established by the Racing Integrity Act 2016.
This site will be upgraded on 1 July to provide racing industry stakeholders with information about the Commission’s scope of functions and operations – as well as access to standards, policies, forms and other documents.
The functions managed by Racing Queensland, the Office of Racing, and the previous Queensland Racing Integrity Commissioner will continue as usual until the QRIC commences on 1 July.
Please note that the remainder of information on this site relates to the current Racing Integrity Commissioner and will be current until 1 July, 2016.
The Racing Integrity Commissioner provides independent oversight of integrity related issues across the three codes of racing – thoroughbred, harness and greyhound.
The Racing Integrity Commissioner has all the powers necessary for performing the Commissioner’s functions.
The Racing Integrity Commissioner will focus on integrity related threats and issues of a major or strategic nature.
The Racing Act 2002 provides the legislative basis and authority for the position of Racing Integrity Commissioner.
Each of the three codes of racing are covered by rules of racing, which are part of the integrity framework applying to the racing industry.
The Racing Integrity Commissioner is empowered to investigate complaints about an integrity process of a control body.