Mitchell move denied as force ceo quits 'by order of state'

Mitchell move denied as force ceo quits 'by order of state'

The NSW government has confirmed the removal of the NSW Force Commission's executive director by a member, a move that has been opposed by the union.

The commission was created by the Liberal-National government to bring an end to the federal force and appoint commissioners to replace its former chairman, who is leaving to become chair of a new state government.

However, former commission president Michael Marshall has been바카라 asked to leave the body, which is being dissolved following the vote by the state executive to fire Mr Mitchell.

The NSW Police Association has been quick to criticise Mr Marshall and the state for the move and has issued a statement calling on the state to appoint its own chief executive.

«While the state government continues to support Michael Marshall's position, we are disappointed to have seen that by this morning he was being removed from office, in light of his past positions and conduct which we feel demonstrate a disfavor towards the police.»

'You'll find us in the public eye'

It follows the resignations of the NSW Police Association's president, the state's acting acting premier, acting chief minister Tim Nicholls, former police commissioner David Johnson and deputy police commissioner M우리카지노ichael Johnson.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has also appointed a retired chief constable to the board of a new state board to be headed by Chief Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk.

Topics: states-and-territories, crime, police, australia

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