Roads and Traffic Authority - corrupt conduct in issuing of driver licences (Operation Sirona)

The ICAC investigated allegations that a Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) officer, and others, engaged in corrupt conduct in relation to the issuing of driver licences.

In its investigation report, made public on 20 September 2007, the ICAC made corrupt conduct findings against the officer, two others who facilitated the scheme and 22 other persons. The ICAC was of the opinion that consideration should be given to obtaining the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions with respect to the prosecution of the officer, and the two individuals who facilitated the scheme, for specified criminal offences. The Commission also recommended that the RTA consider disciplinary action against the officer. A total of 22 corruption prevention recommendations were made to the RTA.

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