(cf ICAC Act s 53)(1) The Commission may, before or after investigating a matter (whether or not the investigation is completed), refer the matter for investigation or action:(a) to a police authority, or(b) if the matter relates to a Crime Commission officer—to the Crime Commission.(2) The Commission may, when referring a matter, recommend what action should be taken by a police authority or the Crime Commission and the time within which it should be taken.(3) The Commission may communicate to a police authority or the Crime Commission information that the Commission has obtained during the investigation of conduct connected with the matter.(4) The Commission must not refer a matter to a police authority except after appropriate consultation with a police authority and after taking into consideration the views of the police authority with whom it has consulted.(4A) The PIC must not refer a matter to the Crime Commission except after appropriate consultation with the Crime Commissioner and after taking into consideration the views of the Crime Commissioner.(5) If the Commission communicates information to a person or body under this section on the understanding that the information is confidential, the person or body is subject to the secrecy provisions of section 56 in relation to the information.