DCC Citifleet: Redactions redactions

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Det Snr Sgt Inglis’ review (February 2015) stretched to four pages, but about half its contents were blacked out prior to being released.

### ODT Online Thu, 15 Oct 2015
Citifleet review findings blacked out
By Chris Morris on Thu, 15 Oct 2015
An internal review of the initial police investigation into the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud has made several findings, but exactly what they are remain under wraps. Months after the conclusion of the investigation Dunedin police last week released a heavily redacted copy of the review to the Otago Daily Times.
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One response to “DCC Citifleet: Redactions redactions

  1. russandbev

    Of course the Police would heavily censor (redact is not the right word) any report that showed an unwillingness to prosecute those who have benefited from DCC fraud. Particularly when it is clearly Police policy not to prosecute things that in their view “are unlikely to succeed” or “have little public interest”. Of course the DCC would agree to any censoring where it would show incompetence or involvement in dealing with – or not dealing with – fraud from their own staff or incompetence in their own management. The failure to have a simple asset register as any normal business would have showing purchase price, depreciation, costs and disposal details is but one. Did it never occur to ANYONE in the DCC where their cars went?

    But the public deserve better than this from the Police who are supposed to uphold the law. This is a joke though with numerous examples of major crime being ignored despite all types of evidence – evidence that will never be tested in court because firstly from the stats point of view it’s better not to prosecute rather than have to do the work to prosecute and prove you’re not as good as the perpetrator when it comes to court. Who would be cleverer – the non-existent fraud squad, or a thick rugby coot looting the pokie machines of South Auckland?

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