Corrective Services NSW – allegations concerning possession and supply of steroids by a Corrective Services NSW corrections officer (Operation Torino)
The ICAC investigated allegations concerning the possession and supply of steroids and other matters involving a Corrective Services NSW corrections officer.
In its report on the investigation, made public on 26 September 2013, the Commission makes corrupt conduct findings against Robert Di-Bona and Christopher Warren. The Commission is of the opinion that the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions should be sought with respect to the prosecution of Mr Di-Bona for six offences of giving false evidence to the Commission, contrary to section 87 of the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988. No corruption prevention recommendations are made with respect to this particular report as the Commission is of the view that the recommendations contained in its January 2013 report on a previous investigation concerning CSNSW also address the risks exposed in this investigation.
|Investigation into the possession and supply of steroids and other matters involving a corrections officer (Sept 2013)(Op Torino)||View full report|
|Findings of corrupt conduct|
|Findings of corrupt conduct||View findings|
|Recommendations for prosecutions|
|Recommendations for prosecutions||View recommendations|
|Recommendations for disciplinary action|
|Recommendations for disciplinary action||View recommendations|
|Recommendations for corruption prevention|
|Recommendations for corruption prevention||View recommendations|
|Public Notices, Media Releases and Fact Sheets|
|Corrupt corrections officer supplied and used drugs, says ICAC||View media release|
|Investigation into the possesion and supply of steroids and other matters involving a Corrective Services NSW corrections officer||View fact sheet|