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Revolving door at JACS keeps spinning

By johnboy - 7 May 2010 9

The Canberra Times informs us that the Director of ACT Corrective Services, James Ryan, has announced he’s departing, with no plans for his future.

Simon Corbell’s Department of Justice and Community Safety seems to be turning over mighty fast at the moment.

Simon says it’s all going to plan.

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9 Responses to
Revolving door at JACS keeps spinning
Beau Locks 11:28 pm 09 May 10

georgesgenitals said :

This happens from time to time in most organisations. It might look like a cool news story, but in reality its probably nothing.

Happens all the time huh? Does it happen all the time when it’s a single select tender?

Anna Key 10:19 pm 09 May 10

yep

Heavs 9:48 am 09 May 10

#6

(and Keady too)

WTF – the same bloke that was appointed a NSW Magistrate in 2005? Good to see you are keeping up with the news. Carrying a grudge much?

Anna Key 9:42 pm 08 May 10

Can he take Folpp with him? Mind you, with both of them gone (and Keady too), the Ombudsman and HREOC may run out of things to do

georgesgenitals 7:47 pm 08 May 10

This happens from time to time in most organisations. It might look like a cool news story, but in reality its probably nothing.

Beau Locks 12:24 pm 08 May 10

It’s probably appropriate that James Ryan retires, especially in light of the selection of his personal friend to conduct the review of the AMC.

amarooresident3 4:00 pm 07 May 10

He is not leaving until January. Hardly bailing out in a hurry.

Heavs 1:53 pm 07 May 10

Jeez, the bloke is pushing 70. You’d reckon he would be allowed to retire.

A Noisy Noise Annoys 1:28 pm 07 May 10

I don’t want to invoke that hackneyed phrase “rats leaving a sinking ship” but…

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