Department of Corrective Services - community service orders (Operation Cadmus)

The ICAC investigated allegations that an employee of the Department of Corrective Services and others engaged in corrupt conduct in connection with the case management of community service orders (CSO).

In its investigation report, made public on 20 September 2006, the ICAC made findings of corrupt conduct against a CSO organiser at the Bankstown office of the Probation and Parole Service, four CSO offenders and four community service work supervisors.

The ICAC stated its opinion that the advice of the DPP should be obtained with respect to the prosecution of seven of the individuals for specified offences, and made 24 corruption prevention recommendations to the Department of Corrective Services to address deficiencies in the CSO scheme.

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