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Abc board appoints independent adviser for investigation, which says staff should be free to seek advice

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The Australian Federal Police has appointed a public inquiry to investigate allegations that senior police officers pressured or abused women in their departments.

Key points: Independent body will review police culture, actions, investigation and r더킹카지노ecommendations

Dismissed chief commissioner says “I’m proud of the department”

Commissioner says investigation is independent and not politically-motivated

Independent body will review police culture, actions, investigation and recommendations: commissioner

Commissioner Denis Napthine said “I’m proud of the department” when asked if the public inquiry would follow-up on its recommendations.

However, he said the police board “is not going to have any say in the way that the board conducts that”.

“We’ve done the public inquiries, the board of the board of inquiry has reviewed it. It’s up to the board, who is I to say that if there’s concerns about how we conduct the investigation then we’ll review it,” he said.

“What we’re going to do is we’re going to work with the board in doing that. The public board — I’m not saying that’s the board that I’m appointing today — you’ll see from the documents that in the past, the board has conducted the investigations.

“The reason we’re not having a board of inquiry, that is the board of inquiry for this investigation.”

Mr Napthine said the review process was independent and not politically-motivated.

The commissioner was joined on Monday by the NSW Police Commissioner George Gee and Deputy Commissioner Ian Stewart, who resigned in July 2012.

The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) was set up after the 1996 killing of then-Queensland Police Commissioner Michael Jackson, after a year of investigation.

It concluded in 1997 that senior of우리카지노ficers knew of a code of silence in police ranks when their officers killed people.

It found there was “a clear and explicit” culture of criminality and an unhealthy culture of pressure and abuse of women.

At a press conference on Monday, Mr Stewart said the commission was “absolutely appalled” at what had been found in the commission’s report.

“There was no way to run my department, no way to govern my officers to deal with the consequences. There was no way for us to control and control,” he said.

“We knew of the failings, we knew of the conduct that was foun

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