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Police referred Brumbies development matters to ASIC on Oct 11

By Charlotte Harper - 9 November 2016 0

Simon Corbell and Rudi Lammers. File photo: Charlotte Harper

ACT Policing has today announced that on October 11 it referred matters around the sale and redevelopment of the former Brumbies HQ at Griffith and the club’s move to the University of Canberra to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

ACT Policing issued a short statement announcing the move today.

The email linking to the statement read:

“ACT Policing has concluded its assessment of the referral to police by the Brumbies and Australian Rugby Union. During the assessment, ACT Policing identified matters for the consideration of the Australian Securities & Investments Commission.”

The statement read:

“On 11 October 2016, the Chief Police Officer referred the matter to the Australian Securities & Investments Commission.

The matter is now considered finalised for ACT Policing.

Update on the referral to police by the Brumbies and Australian Rugby Union ACT Policing has concluded its assessment of the referral to police by the Brumbies and Australian Rugby Union. During the assessment, ACT Policing identified matters for the consideration of the Australian Securities & Investments Commission.”

Incoming Chief Police Officer Justine Saunders started work at ACT Policing this week. She replaces Rudi Lammers, who is officially still on AFP payroll until his retirement at the end of the calendar year.

Simon Corbell was ACT Minister for Policing in caretaker mode at the time of the referral to ASIC. He did not contest the election and therefore finished with the Assembly with the swearing in of new MLAs last week. Mick Gentleman has succeeded him as police minister.

 

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