Registered training organisations - corruption in the provision and certification of security industry training (Operation Columba)
The ICAC investigated allegations that persons from various registered training organisations, and others, may have engaged in corrupt conduct, and/or conduct liable to allow, encourage or cause the occurrence of corrupt conduct, in relation to the delivery of training, the conduct of assessments and the issue of certificates connected with approved security industry training courses.
In its report on this investigation, made public on 9 December 2009, the ICAC made corrupt conduct findings against 10 persons and recommended that consideration be given to the prosecution of eight persons for specified criminal offences and to the revocation of security licences held by two persons. A total of 16 corruption prevention recommendations are made to address fundamental regulatory problems in the security industry.
|Report on corruption in the provision and certification of security industry training (Operation Columba) (9 Dec 2009)||View full report|
|Findings of corrupt conduct|
|Findings and updates||View findings|
|Recommendations for prosecutions|
|Recommendations for prosecutions||View recommendations|
|Recommendations for disciplinary action|
|Other recommendations||View recommendations|
|Recommendations for corruption prevention|
|Recommendations for corruption prevention||View recommendations|
|View all transcripts associated with this investigation. The Commission makes every effort to post the daily transcripts of its public inquiries on its website by 8:00 pm each day when possible. If the Commission sits later than 4:00 pm, the daily transcripts, particularly the afternoon session, may not be available until the next working day.||View transcripts|
|Public Notices, Media Releases and Fact Sheets|
|ICAC finds corrupt conduct and recommends changes to clean up NSW security industry training||View media release|