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Report on investigation into the alleged mistreatment of nurses : ICAC report / Independent Commission Against Corruption
Bib ID 3426208
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
New South Wales. Independent Commission Against Corruption
 
Online Versions
Description Sydney, N.S.W. : ICAC, 2005 
52 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1920726268
Notes

"April 2005"

Commissioner: Jerrold Cripps.

"This report is limited to the matters that were examined at public hearings held by the Commission in August and September 2004, namely: (1) the conduct of the Hon. Craig Knowles MP towards four nurses (Nola Fraser, Sheree Martin, Yvonne Quinn and Valerie Owen) from Campbelltown and Camden Hospitals during a meeting held at Mr Knowles' electorate office in Ingleburn on 5 November 2002; and (2) the conduct of Mr Knowles towards a nurse from Fairfield Hospital, Giselle Simmons, during a workship held at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) on 14 February 2003 and the circumstances surrounding the subsequent treatment of Ms Simmons."--p. 7.

Also available on the ICAC website in PDF and HTML formats at: http://www.icac.nsw.gov.au

Subjects Knowles, Craig.  |  South Western Sydney Area Health Service (N.S.W.)  |  Political corruption -- New South Wales.
Other authors/contributors Cripps, Jerrold
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