Victoria's anti and/or pro corruption commission deflects report involving John Cain Jr, the Solicitor for Public Prosecutions
Thursday, 25 January 2018
@MatthewGuyMP— Michael Smith News (@mpsmithnews) January 25, 2018
Dear Opposition Leader,
Are you satisfied with the IBAC's response in this matter?https://t.co/R31IMjqbEr
A practical way to think about conflict of interest is its effect on reputation in the eyes of a third party. Learn how to identify conflicts and avoid common mistakes at our public sector workshop on Tue 13 Feb. Places are still available: https://t.co/nTvrGaDL0k pic.twitter.com/h707St6LUj— Victorian Ombudsman (@VicOmbudsman) January 21, 2018
Videos, posters and information to help Victorian public sector employees identify and report #corruption is available on our website. https://t.co/yzLaQaoL8v— IBAC (@ibacVic) January 24, 2018
One of our readers recently reported John Cain Jr and others to Victoria's purported anti-corruption body after Cain's Office of the Solicitor for Public Prosecutions declined to authorise prosecutions in The AWU Scandal.
Here is his complaint.