Misconduct at the Police College Special Report to Parliament August 2006
|Category||Reports and submissions|
|Publication Date||1 August 2006|
In 2002, NSW Police conducted a large scale investigation into a complaint about instructors forming sexual or other close personal relationships with students at the NSW Police College. Some of the instructors were full time employees at the college, while others were seconded to the college from police commands around New South Wales.
This report identifies some of the outstanding actions required so any future misconduct is dealt with properly. In particular, codes of conduct need to be clarified, to ensure officers know what is expected of them, and decision making processes need to be improved, where misconduct is found to have occurred.
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