Findings of corrupt conduct

The ICAC found that Robert Di-Bona engaged in corrupt conduct by:

  • supplying prescribed restricted substances (steroids) to Christopher Warren, in December 2012 and February 2013, in exchange for cash payment
  • failing to report Mr Warren's use of steroids in accordance with CSNSW's Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy
  • attending work while under the influence of prohibited drugs
  • supplying steroids to a former inmate referred to as "NL" on at least three occasions in late 2012 and early 2013 in exchange for cash payments
  • failing to disclose his relationship with NL contrary to CSNSW's Contact with Offender Policy
  • using his mobile telephone while on duty on a number of occasions, contrary to NSW law.

The ICAC found that Christopher Warren engaged in corrupt conduct by:

  • purchasing, and subsequently, possessing steroids
  • failing to report Mr Di-Bona's use of steroids in accordance with CSNSW's Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy.