Findings of corrupt conduct

The Commission found that Christopher Binos engaged in corrupt conduct by soliciting and receiving money from applicants for heavy vehicle driver licences in return for exercising his public official functions as a Roads and Maritime Services- (RMS) accredited heavy vehicle assessor to make false entries in their learner's log books to the effect that he had assessed them as competent to drive heavy vehicles, in accordance with RMS requirements, in order for them to apply to the RMS for heavy vehicle driver licences.

The Commission found that Alexander Daubney, Mark McDonagh, Peter Friend-Ngui, Shane Florio and Jacqueline Riley each engaged in corrupt conduct by paying money to Mr Binos as an inducement or reward on account of him exercising his public official functions as an RMS-accredited heavy vehicle competency assessor to make false entries in their learner's log books to the effect that he had assessed them as competent, in accordance with RMS requirements, in order for them to apply to the RMS for heavy vehicle driver licences.