Queensland's Crime and Misconduct Commission says it has lost another 13 staff because of the state government's budget cuts.
The CMC had already announced that between July 1 and October 11 there were 44 separations, none of which were forced redundancies.
On Wednesday the CMC announced that 13 people had been made redundant.
CMC head Ross Martin told the budget estimates hearing in parliament last month that their budget had been reduced by less than one per cent, but it would lead to "losses of capacity".
He said the CMC had a "substantial" workload and there was queuing to deal with investigations.