Te Matarau serves as a guiding tool, ensuring stakeholders, decision-makers, and interested people get a comprehensive understanding of Te Kāhui Tātari Ture | Criminal Cases Review Commission.
Operating as an independent Crown entity, we employ specialised personnel investigating possible miscarriages of justice.
See our Accountability documents such as our Statement of Intent, Statement of Performance Expectations, Annual Report and more...
Meet the Chief Commissioner Colin Carruthers KC who heads a board of Commissioners, including Deputy Chief Commissioner Paula Rose.
Operating under the Independent Crown entity classification as defined by the Crown Entities Act 2004, we possess our own governing statute, the Criminal Cases Review Commission Act 2019. While the Crown Entities Act 2004 generally applies, the Criminal Cases Review Commission Act 2019 supersedes where expressly specified.
See Criminal Cases Review Commission Act 2019