NSW public sector – allegations concerning security companies and public authorities (Operation Tilga)

The ICAC investigated allegations concerning the process relating to the supply of security services to several NSW public authorities.

In its report on the investigation, made public on 26 September 2013, the Commission makes corrupt conduct findings against Daniel Paul, Peter (Charles) Diekman, Peter Roche, Paul Thompson, Robert Huskic, David McMicking and Jonathan Nguyen. The Commission is of the opinion that the advice of the director of public prosecution should be sought with respect to the prosecution of Mr Paul, Mr Diekman and Mr Huskic for specified offences. The Commission has made 11 corruption prevention recommendations to help NSW government agencies address weaknesses in the procurement and management of security services.

Investigation reports Investigation reports
Investigation into allegations of corrupt conduct in the provision of security products and services (Operation Tilga)(Sept 2013) View full report
Findings of corrupt conduct Findings of corrupt conduct
Findings of corrupt conduct View findings
Recommendations for prosecutions Recommendations for prosecutions
Recommendations for prosecutions View recommendations
Recommendations for disciplinary action Recommendations for disciplinary action
Recommendations for disciplinary action View recommendations
Recommendations for corruption prevention Recommendations for corruption prevention
Recommendations for corruption prevention View recommendations
Transcripts Transcripts
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Public Notices, Media Releases and Fact Sheets Public Notices, Media Releases and Fact Sheets
Investigation into allegations of corrupt conduct in the provision of security products and services by suppliers, installers and consultants View fact sheet
ICAC finds security providers and public officials corrupt View media release
MEDIA ALERT: ICAC public inquiry into corruption allegations involving security companies and public authorities to resume Monday View media release
ICAC extends scope of public inquiry into corruption allegations involving security companies and public authorities View media release
Public inquiry View public notice
ICAC to hold public inquiry into corruption allegations involving security companies and public authorities View media release
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